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95 SPONSORED BY PREMIER NOSS ON DART


NEWS FROM THE DART LIFE BOAT


KAYAKER RESCUED AT SANDQUAY ON HIS 75TH BIRTHDAY Respect for the weather seems, by and large, to have kept people off the water, so Dart RNLI has had very few shouts so far this year. Two elderly gents decided as a birthday treat to drive from their homes in the Midlands to Totnes, launch their kayaks and paddle down to Dartmouth for lunch. With a big spring tide in mid-flow, one of them got stuck in the tide and ended up between two of the Navy’s picket boats, where he capsized and got trapped by the fast-flowing water. His cries for help were heard and he was swiftly removed from the water by the Babcock team down at Sandquay. Dart RNLI helped out with a medical assessment and support before the ambulance crew took over. Both were returned to Totnes with no ill effects, apart from the damage to their pride! A birthday to remember!


DART RNLI COMMUNITY SAFETY


You can count on the RNLI in an emergency but the RNLI Community Safety Team helps to educate those likely to be in and around water, so that people can avoid getting into trouble in the first place. The Team focuses on education, using key messages giving information on how to minimise risks. These messages have been put together by the RNLI, based on in-depth research and are specific for many different types of water activity. This includes the recent growth areas of stand-up paddle boarding, open water swimming and kayaking, in addition to more traditional activities such as boating, angling, commercial fishing and many others. A key focus for 2021 has been on


A key focus for 2021 has been on signage along the River Dart with safety messages targeting kayakers and stand-up paddleboarders


which are increasing in numbers. Experienced paddlers may have received training and be aware of how to minimise risks. However, some take to the water without experience or knowledge of the risks. We have, therefore, partnered with Dart Harbour and Dartmouth Town Council to provide key message signage for launch areas. Dart Harbour have installed 6 signs already and we have a further 6 being manufactured. Dartmouth Town Council are also installing a sign for Warfleet. Each sign has been 50% funded by


signage along the River Dart with safety messages targeting kayakers and stand-up paddleboarders


the RNLI and 50% by Dart Harbour and by Dartmouth Town Council for Warfleet sign. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank Dart Harbour and Dartmouth Town Council for being so supportive of this initiative. Discussions are also taking place regarding a similar


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