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Medevac in Solent
Bembridge RNLI’s All Weather Lifeboat launched to assist a crew member on board the ‘Ocean Diamond’ in the night of June 11, 2020. The Tamar-class lifeboat was launched at the request of Solent Coastguard at 10:50 p.m. to medevac a crew member at the St Helens Anchorage just to the north of the lifeboat station. It did not take long for the volunteer crew to reach the vessel and arrange for the transfer of the casualty via the port pilot hatch. The patient was able to walk on, with assistance. Once safely onboard, the male was taken to Portsmouth Camber and transferred to an awaiting ambulance with assistance from Portsmouth Coastguard Rescue Team. Sea conditions were quite lumpy mid-Solent in the F5 NE breeze. The ‘Alfred Albert Williams’ then returned to Bembridge and was recovered by 12:30 a.m. on June 12.
Cruise ship scratched in Reykjavik
The "Ocean Diamond" was rocked by heavy winds rocked on its way into Reykjavík’s old harbour on May 29, 2018. Though the ship was safely in port at 10 a.m. and no injuries are reported, it sustained a scratch on its side during the difficult docking manoever as the strong wind caused the ship to scrape against the northern edge of the harbour’s entrance. The ship sailed again at 10.15 p.m. bound to Stykkisholmur, ETA May 30, 9.30 a.m. Report with photos: http://icelandreview.com/news/2018/05/29/ship-scratched-difficult-dockingNews schreiben