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Echo Yachts & MMYD announce new fully customizable SP30 catamaran motor yacht design for FLIBS 2020

Echo Yachts & MMYD announce new fully customizable SP30 catamaran motor yacht design for FLIBS 2020 Australian custom superyacht builder Echo Yachts are pleased to announce the addition of a…

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Project Echo: HSV Humanitarian Support Vessel

Project Echo: ‘HSV’ Humanitarian Support Vessel Design release by Echo Yachts and Bannenberg & Rowell Design Australia’s large custom Superyacht and Yacht Support Vessel builder Echo Yachts are pleased to…

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84m Trimaran White Rabbit launched in Henderson, Western Australia

Echo Yachts 84m trimaran White Rabbit launched in Henderson, Western Australia Australian custom Superyacht builder Echo Yachts are proud to announce the successful launch of their 84m superyacht newbuild project…

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84m Trimaran White Rabbit Revealed

Echo Yachts 84m trimaran White Rabbit revealed Australian custom Superyacht builder Echo Yachts have proudly revealed their 84m superyacht newbuild project ‘White Rabbit’ during an exclusive VIP event at their…

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Echo Marine Group upgrades to ISO9001:2015

Echo Marine Group upgrades to ISO9001:2015 The team at Echo Marine Group is proud to announce the certification upgrade of our Quality Management System to the ISO 9001:2015 requirements. Our…

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Project Echo – Adventure Support Yacht

Project Echo – Adventure Support Yacht Australian custom Superyacht builder Echo Yachts are excited to unveil their new Adventure Support Yacht aptly named ‘Project Echo‘ designed in collaboration with renowned…

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‘M/Y Charley’ 46m Catamaran on display at Singapore yacht show

‘M/Y Charley’ 46m Catamaran on display at Singapore yacht show ECHO YACHTS 46m M/Y CHARLEY FEATURING AT THE SINGAPORE YACHT SHOW 6th – 9th APRIL 2017 West Australian superyacht builder…

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Successful Delivery of 46m Catamaran Charley

Successful Delivery of 46m Catamaran Charley Australian Superyacht specialists Echo Yachts successfully launch and deliver 46m Shadow Vessel ‘Charley’ Western Australia’s largest superyacht builder Echo Yachts is proud to announce…

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Australian Superyacht specialists Echo Yachts, Sorgiovanni Design and One2three Naval Architects team up for new 120m Trimaran Design

Australian Superyacht specialists Echo Yachts, Sorgiovanni Design and One2three Naval Architects team up for new 120m Trimaran Design Announcing the new Sorgiovanni Design – 120m Trimaran design Sorgiovanni Design, Echo…

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White Rabbit Golf in the news!

White Rabbit Golf in the news! Check out the latest news update for our current build projects

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First renderings of Echo Yachts’ new builds released

First renderings of Echo Yachts’ new builds released Australian superyacht builder Echo Yachts is pleased to report that work on their two new build projects is on schedule and progressing…

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Echo Yachts first major fibreglass infusion

Echo Yachts first major fibreglass infusion On Thursday last week, our fibreglass team infused the largest ever section of a mold in one go and the most complicated layup ever…

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Update 46m GRP Shadow Vessel Echo Yachts are now please to announce that we are well into the 46m cat GRP shadow vessel we started on a few months ago. All…

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Media Release Largest-­Ever Australian Built Super­‐Yacht to be built in Henderson A Singapore‐based family has formed Echo Yachts, a yacht builder based in Western Australia’s Henderson Marine Precinct to undertake the…

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Echo Yachts to build world’s largest sailing catamaran

As the western australian industry continues to grow, the perth-based shipbuilder will construct a fully custom 57-metre, twin-masted catamaran….

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Echo Yachts , Dykstra Naval Architects  and One2Three Naval Architects have collaborated on the design and build of a twin-masted catamaran sailing superyacht. The 57-metre yacht has been commissioned by an experienced private client and is poised to become the world’s largest sail-powered catamaran.

“Echo Yachts are extremely excited and proud to have been selected to custom build this magnificent catamaran sailing superyacht, and look forward to bringing the yacht to fruition,” says Mark Stothard, Echo Yachts Owner and Director.

“This new superyacht will truly elevate the term ‘green superyacht design’ with its low resistance catamaran hull form, sail-powered capability and other emission-reducing technologies”.

When looking at the data provided by Echo Yachts, multihulls are expediently more efficient than their monohull counterparts. For instance, when looking at the 91.5m Oceanco Tranquility (previously known as Equanimity ) compared to Echo Yachts’ 84m trimaran White Rabbit – despite having a similar gross tonnage, Tranquility requires 7.2MW of power to achieve a top speed of 19 knots.

In contrast, White Rabbit needs only 4.2MW to reach 18.7 knots –a 40% reduction in power consumption. Considering that the industry has extensively voiced its aspirations to decarbonise and adopt more environmentally friendly practices, multihulls present a compelling option.

Dykstra Naval Architects, headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, brings its expertise to the table, spearheading the exterior styling, layout, and naval architecture of the yacht. With a portfolio boasting iconic sailing yacht projects like Black Pearl and Hetairos, Dykstra Naval Architects is synonymous with excellence in maritime design.

Handling the detailed structural design is the esteemed Australian firm One2Three Naval Architects. Notable for their expertise in aluminium and multihull design, One2Three Naval Architects is responsible for the intricate naval architecture of acclaimed vessels such as the international award-winning 84m aluminium trimaran superyacht White Rabbit , delivered in 2018, and the 56m catamaran superyacht  Charley 2, delivered in 2023.

The yacht's aluminium hull form is complemented by twin masts and sails, with a total sail area of around 1660 msq, ideal for efficient long-range cruising. While aluminium offers advantages such as reduced weight and increased speed, it also poses specific difficulties that builders must overcome.

One of the primary challenges is ensuring structural integrity and stability. Aluminium is lighter than steel, but it is also less rigid. Builders must carefully design and engineer the hull and structural components to maintain stability and durability while minimising weight.

“Aluminium fabrication also tends to be a little more challenging and requires a higher level of skill compared to steel. For example, our aluminium welders can easily transition to welding steel, but it's more difficult for steel welders to adapt to welding aluminium,” explains Chris Blackwell, Sales and Marketing Manager, Echo Yachts.

“Unlike steel, aluminium involves more complex weld sequencing and techniques. However, this is only a challenge if you're not already proficient in it. When you have industries like we have here in West Australia, where we have the capability to launch ourselves and maintain a high level of competency and accuracy in our work, it's not an issue for us to handle aluminium fabrication.”

The news is significant as there is currently a lot of movement in the Western Australia superyacht sector, with the state having a 12,000-tonne lifting capacity floating dock too. Coupled with several prominent superyacht builders specialising in the design, manufacturing, and export of custom-made superyachts, refits, and maintenance services, the region is a hub for high-end maritime craftsmanship.

The national domestic fleet of superyachts has seen a noteworthy doubling between 2022 and 2023, indicative of a thriving industry. In 2023 alone, the Western Australian superyacht sector is conservatively estimated to support 1,395 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs, contributing significantly to the local economy. This includes $119.5 million in wages and salaries paid to Western Australian workers and a substantial $180.6 million contribution to the Gross State Product (GSP), encompassing both direct and flow-on economic impacts.

This new large-scale catamaran sailing yacht project sees Echo Yachts expand on their proven large-custom motor yacht capabilities by entering the large-custom sailing yacht market.

The potential of multihull vessels in the superyacht segment is a core focus of a feature article in the upcoming New Build Report, featuring insights from Echo Yachts and Shadowcat, dissecting why uptake has been relatively slow, and why the industry could see a paradigm shift towards multihulls over the next decade.

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Australian Superyacht builder Echo Yachts specializes in the design and manufacture of large fully customized luxury Superyachts, at its purpose built superyacht facility within the Australian Marine Complex in Henderson Western Australia.

Echo Yachts is founded on the success and talents of the Western Australian superyacht building community, boasting a world class in-house team of management, design and manufacturing staff with proven know-how and the technical expertise required to realize the new builds, refits and maintenance of very large custom Superyachts for the international market.

Echo Yachts strives to provide best possible value for money for their clients through specially tailored Build Contracts and total flexibility in design and manufacturing options, creating truly bespoke Superyachts and an enjoyable build process for discerning Clients.

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Australia’s large full-custom superyacht builder echo yachts deliver 56m aluminium catamaran ‘m/y charley 2’.

Australia’s large full-custom superyacht builder Echo Yachts delivers 56m aluminium catamaran Adventure Support Yacht ‘M/Y Charley 2’

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Echo Yachts provide world-class newbuilds, refit and maintenance services to the international luxury yachting market. Build options include Monohull, Catamaran, Trimaran hull types, utilizing Steel, Aluminium and Composite build materials tailored to suit each clients exacting requirements.

Echo’s latest project is the 56m catamaran M/Y Charley 2 – now the largest catamaran motoryacht built in Australia, has completed sea trails and is now on her maiden voyage from Fremantle to her new homeport Singapore.

M/Y Charley 2 is the third full-custom superyacht of 50m or larger, to be built by Echo Yacht’s full in-house team of project, design and manufacturing tradespeople at their superyacht manufacturing facilities in Henderson, near Fremantle in Western Australia.

Typical of Echo Yachts, a key focus of Charley 2’s design was ensuring hull optimization for operational efficiency, by teaming with Australian firm One2Three Naval Architects – the same firm responsible for the Naval Architecture of Echo’s award winning 84m trimaran superyacht M/Y White Rabbit.

Improvements associated with Charley 2’s aluminium and hydrodynamic hull form have allowed an engine power reduction of 40% – from 2700bhp to 1600bhp per engine, resulting in a small top speed reduction of only 2 knots to 18 knots. Quite astonishing considering the yacht has 50% more internal volume than her predecessor.

Similarly with the use of more efficient electrical and air conditioning systems, generator capacity has been reduced by 34% from 150ekw to 99ekw units. Combined with the installation of 15kw of Solar panels the vessels Carbon footprint has been substantially reduced overall in line with the owners wishes for this new yacht.

Charley 2’s larger enhanced layout provides extremely spacious interior accommodation, outdoor entertaining areas and significant water-toy carrying capacity.

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M/Y Charley 2 Particulars:

Builder (Brand): Echo Marine Group (Echo Yachts) Naval Architecture: One2Three Naval Architects Hull type: Catamaran

Hull material: Aluminium Length (Hull): 49.50m

Length (Overall): 56.30m Beam (Overall): 14.80m

Draft (Max) full load: 3.28m Speed (Max): 18 knots

Speed (Cruise): 12 knots Range (at 12 knots): 3800 Nautical Miles

Guest Berths: 18

Crew Berths: 19

Propulsion:

2 x Caterpillar C32 ACERT 1193 bkW @ 2300 rpm

2 x ZF 3350 reduction gears (ratio 4.721:1)

2 x Fixed Pitch Propellers

Tenders & Water toys:

1 x 12m Custom Catamaran tender

1 x 6.8m Custom Naiad RIB tender

2 x Caribe C14 RIB tender

1 x Williams Turbo Jet 285

2 x Pioneer Multi landing craft

3 x Electric Jetskis

Other features:

1 x Launch/Retrieval platform lift for 12m tender

2 x Knuckle boom cranes for water toys

1 x Decompression Chamber

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Charley 2 will feature a large 12m custom-built catamaran tender on an upgraded launch and retrieval platform positioned at the stern of the yacht. This new tender platform design ensures improved tender operations and full walk-around access for ease of tender cleaning and maintenance.

The yacht is equipped with a large helicopter touch & go pad suitable for an Airbus EC130 helicopter, dive store, decompression chamber and specialist sonar equipment on the 12m tender for wreck finding and diving adventures.

Notable upgrades include:

  • Extended Wheelhouse deck
  • Large Captain’s Cabin, Pantry, Rangers/Special Persons Cabin, Ships office and 2 x External Storerooms
  • An additional Double Guest Cabin
  • Additional Crew Cabins
  • Forward Tunnel Storeroom with access to each foredeck
  • Inboard Anchor Pockets for improved anchoring operations
  • Full Class – Hull & Machinery.
  • Starlink Connectivity
  • 15kW of Solar Panels providing 1/3rd energy demand during full daylight
  • New Hydraulic Side Boarding ladder at Upperdeck for access to high-sided wharfs.
  • Upgraded Cranes with 3T winch capacity for larger/heavier tenders
  • Electric Bow Thrusters, Capstans and Anchor Winches for reduced noise during operation.
  • Upgraded HVAC system using return air to feed into Lower Deck Plant and Void spaces.
  • Hot water provided by heat recovery system off HVAC chiller unit.
  • Increased Gasoline Storage to 2360L for Petrol Tenders.
  • Additional walk-in Cold and Freezer Rooms
  • General improvements throughout to cabin layouts, appliances, storage, entertainment system, internet and lighting systems.
  • Doggie toilet (external lawn area)

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Echo Yachts delivers largest catamaran built in Australia

Custom superyacht builder Echo Yachts has delivered the 56-metre support vessel Charley 2 from its shipyard near Fremantle, Western Australia. She is the largest catamaran to be built in Australia and is now en route to Sorong, Indonesia, according to BOATPro 's Global Fleet Tracker. 

Construction on the 1,041GT, all-aluminium vessel began in 2020 and was commissioned by an experienced yachtsman. She is five metres longer than her predecessor, Charley , but the two share a raised helicopter platform aft. Naval architecture was performed by One2Three Naval Architects while fit-out design, engineering and electrical were handled in-house.

Charley 2 's full-custom, hydrodynamic aluminium hull enables her to be propelled by much smaller engines than expected of her size. Another noteworthy design point is her 15kW of solar panels, which provides a third of the yacht’s energy demand at maximum output.

Accommodation is for 18 guests and 19 crew. While the full layout has not been disclosed, Charley 2 benefits from an additional double guest cabin and a large captain's cabin alongside an extended wheelhouse deck and two external storerooms.

The yacht also has impressive explorer capabilities, with features such as a helicopter touch-and-go pad (suitable for an Airbus EC130 helicopter), a dive store and a decompression chamber. 

There is also ample storage, including a 12-metre, custom-built catamaran tender able to be launched and retrieved via an upgraded, walk-around platform positioned on the vessel’s stern. The tender is equipped with specialist sonar equipment for discovering wreckage and dive spots.

“This is a very special day for the teams at Echo Yachts and One2Three Naval Architects seeing the fruits of our combined efforts in the launch of Charley 2 ,” said director of Echo Marine Group Mark Stothard. “She sits perfectly on the design waterline and is one of the most complete vessels I have seen at launch.”

Powered by twin Caterpillar C32 engines, she can reach a top speed of 17 knots and a range of 3,380 nautical miles when pared to 12 knots.

This new build is the second-largest in Echo Yachts’ fleet. The largest is the 84-metre White Rabbit , the world's largest trimaran superyacht.

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Project Echo Humanitarian Support Vessel

While support vessels represent a burgeoning segment of the superyacht world, they’re seldom stylish. These no-frills workhorses tend to favor function over form, but Echo Yachts has just flipped the script with a remarkable new design known as the Project Echo Humanitarian Support Vessel.

The Australian yard partnered with the London-based studio Bannenberg & Rowell and Incat Crowther Naval Architects to create the 164-foot catamaran, which is geared toward “philanthropic clients looking to support humanitarian missions in challenging, remote and shallow-water locations.”

Building on the Project Echo Adventure Support Yacht (ASY), which was unveiled in 2017, the multihull pairs a functional layout for moving tons of medical equipment with a handsome exterior for which the yard is known. The goal of the HSV is to be as seaworthy and medically relevant as any shadow vessel can be, without compromising on its performance and ability to re-adapt to the mothership.

Project Echo HSV can be customized to any owner’s requirements. The interior may be fitted with medical rooms, laboratories, medical supply storage spaces, as well as isolated treatment rooms on the exterior, which feature a specially configured HVAC system to provide 100 percent fresh air and minimize the risk of contamination.

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The exterior also sports an expansive aft deck that comes complete with an integrated cargo-deck, rail-fastening system. The deck can accommodate large tenders, medical supplies and a helicopter to support medevac or guest transfers. On top of that, a heavy-duty, 12-tonne, knuckle-boom crane can be used to move cargo containers, making the delivery of crucial medical supplies or even drinking water, much easier.

Performance-wise, the vessel delivers exceptional fuel efficiency and has a 4,000-mile range. She is built to weather tough oceanic conditions, so no destination is off limits.

“The catamaran platform offers stability, fuel-efficient range and space—providing an ideal mothership for adventure and humanitarian operations whenever the need might arise,” Dickie Bannenberg, managing director at Bannenberg & Rowell, said in a press release.

Given current circumstances, the cat could prove particularly useful in disseminating Covid-19 vaccines to remote locations when that day arrives.

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Echo is a custom motor yacht launched in 1990 by Oceanfast and most recently refitted in 2013.

Oceanfast is a world class Australian super yacht builder, offering its customers exciting designs and specialising in manufacturing excellence with personal service. Oceanfast has produced a fleet of the finest, most distinctive and awarded motor yachts in the world.

Echo measures 40.25 metres in length, with a max draft of 1.50 feet and a beam of 7.90 feet.

Echo has an aluminium hull with an aluminium superstructure.

Bannenberg & Rowell is an award-winning superyacht design studio based in Fulham , the direct descendent of the Jon Bannenberg studio established in the early 1960s.

Echo also features naval architecture by Phil Curran Design.

Performance and Capabilities

Echo has a top speed of 24.70 knots and a cruising speed of 17.10 knots. She is powered by a twin waterjet propulsion system.

Echo has a fuel capacity of 10 litres, and a water capacity of 1,670 litres.

Accommodation

Echo accommodates up to 8 guests in 4 cabins. She also houses room for up to 7 crew members.

Other Specifications

Echo has a hull NB of Y03165.

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83.99m  /  275'7 | echo yachts | 2018.

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Special Features:

  • Impressive 5,000nm range
  • Cinema Room
  • Fifteen cabins
  • DNV (Det Norske Veritas) ✠ 1A1 LC Yacht, R0 E0 classification
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The award winning 83.99m/275'7" motor yacht 'White Rabbit' was built by Echo Yachts at their Henderson, WA shipyard. Her interior is styled by Australian designer design house Sam Sorgiovanni and she was delivered to her owner in October 2018. This luxury vessel's exterior design is the work of Sam Sorgiovanni.

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White Rabbit has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 30 guests in 15 suites. She is also capable of carrying up to 32 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

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Her features include piano, movie theatre, spa, satellite communications, underwater lights, gym, deck jacuzzi, WiFi and air conditioning.

Range & Performance

White Rabbit is built with a aluminium hull and aluminium superstructure, with teak decks. Powered by twin electric STADT (No-Loss drives) 2,816hp engines, she comfortably cruises at 13 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 19 knots with a range of up to 5,000 nautical miles from her 166,200 litre fuel tanks at 13 knots. Her water tanks store around 51,700 Litres of fresh water. She was built to DNV (Det Norske Veritas) ✠ 1A1 LC Yacht, R0 E0 classification society rules.

Length 83.99m / 275'7
Beam 20.14m / 66'1
Draft 4.43m / 14'6
Gross Tonnage 2,940 GT
Cruising Speed 13 Knots
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Builder Echo Yachts
Model Custom
Exterior Designer Sam Sorgiovanni
Interior Design Sam Sorgiovanni, Alia Yacht

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White Rabbit Awards & Nominations

  • Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2019 Best Naval Architecture: Displacement Motor Yachts Winner
  • Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2019 Best Exterior Styling Motor Yachts 60m and Above Finalist
  • The World Superyacht Awards 2019 Displacement Motor Yachts 2,000GT and above Nomination
  • International Superyacht Society Awards 2019 Best Power 65m+ Finalist

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Specification

M/Y White Rabbit

Length 83.99m / 275'7
Builder
Exterior Designer Sam Sorgiovanni
Interior Design Sam Sorgiovanni , Alia Yacht
Built | Refit 2018
Model
Beam 20.14m / 66'1
Gross Tonnage 2,940 GT
Draft 4.43m / 14'6
Cruising Speed 13 Knots
Top Speed 19 Knots

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She was predeceased by : her father Lyle Calkins; and her father-in-law Gary VanderYacht. She is survived by : her mother Alta Ruth Calkins (Burt); her husband Dean VanderYacht; her daughters, Natalie Almquist and Michelle Zoerink (Branden); her grandchildren, Jackson Kohrs, Rylan Craig, Andi Zoerink and MaKenzie Zoerink; her siblings, Anita Dunnigan (Patrick) and Harold Calkins; her mothers-in-law, Nancy VanderYacht and Grace VanderYacht; her brothers-in-law, Duane VanderYacht and David VanderYacht (Vonda); and her nieces and nephews, Amy Gonzalez (Dadney), Heidi O'Ferrall, Bryce VanderYacht (Katie), TJ VanderYacht and Brenna VanderYacht.

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Jerry Lynch (centre) Station Manager, with Eolan Walsh, Coxswain, and Eolan’s niece Sile Scanlon, RNLI volunteer, at Ballycotton RNLI. Sile’s mum, Maura, volunteered there for 15 years. Pictures: Eddie O’Hare

BALLYCOTTON Lifeboat Station stands proudly at the helm of the village bay, in the shadow of the imposing lighthouse that guards the harbour.

The Mary Stanford lifeboat that was once used here is part of the rich maritime history of the village, and of the RNLI itself.

Regarded as the most famous incident in Irish Lifeboat history, the rescue of the Daunt Rock lightship off Cork harbour, carried out aboard the Mary Stanford, is now preserved in the village as a commemorative memory of what that crew achieved on February 7, 1936.

That day, Patrick Sliney, the Ballycotton Coxswain, led the village lifeboat crew at sea for 49 hours in the worst weather conditions. He was awarded the RNLI Gold Medal for Gallantry, and his son William received a Bronze medal for Gallantry.

For so many RNLI volunteers through the years, saving lives has been a family affair.

Eolan Walsh, Coxswain, and his niece, Sile Scanlon, are modern-day members of the dedicated Ballycotton Lifeboat crew.

The Coxswain is responsible for steering the boat and co-ordinating the power and the rhythm of the rowers.

“You could say the Coxswain is the ‘coach’ on the boat,” explains Eolan.

He is in charge of steering around any obstacles, maintaining a safe distance between other crews, and navigating turns on the course.

“There are 26 sea-going crew and 40 Ballycotton RNLI members in total, including the fund-raisers and the shop,” says Eolan, who has been involved with the local lifeboat for more than 30 years.

Back in the day, the RNLI crew and members were predominantly from fishing and sea-faring backgrounds.

“We made our living from fishing,” says Eolan. “That is what we did.

The biggest change over the years is that there are not as many fishermen volunteering for the RNLI.

“People are moving away, others are moving in. These days, people who volunteer for the RNLI are from all walks of life.”

Eolan says that teamwork and commitment is key to the operations involved in saving lives at sea.

“The training is standardised and is always progressing,” he says. “If any of us served at another lifeboat station, procedures remain the same.

We do things the same way every time, and we all slot in.

“We are like family and it’s always great to see new crew coming on board.”

Everyone counts.

“Whether a volunteer is a sea-going member or is on-shore helping to prepare the lifeboat for launch, or fundraising to make rescue possible, their contribution really does make a difference,” says Eolan.

There is a ripple effect where, traditionally, generations of East Cork families joined the RNLI Ballycotton.

“My mum, Maura, was a volunteer with Ballycotton Lifeboat for 15 years,” says Sile. “And she was one of two female boat mechanics. She was a huge influence on me joining the RNLI.

“Seeing her on the boat, holding her own with the lads, I knew it was for me.”

Eolan Walsh, Coxswain, and Sile Scanlon, RNLI volunteer, at Ballycotton RNLI. Sile decided to join up when she had to be rescued by the RNLI herself. Picture: Eddie O’Hare

When Sile herself was rescued by a crew, she became one of the youngest volunteers with Ballycotton RNLI.

“I always knew I wanted to join the crew, but when I was rescued myself, I experienced first-hand the value of the charity’s life-saving work. Now I am part of a great team.”

Sile always had a connection to the sea.

“Growing up in Ballycotton, I have always had a love for the sea with my family being so involved,” says Sile. “The RNLI has always been close to my heart.”

The organisation came to her rescue one idyllic summer’s day in 2016.

“Me and three pals took off for Ballycotton Island two kilometres from the village in kayaks. It seemed the perfect day,” recalls Sile.

“Four of us decided to kayak out as far as Ballycotton Lighthouse. We spent a couple of hours out on the island enjoying the sunshine and then noticed the weather was beginning to freshen. There was a big swell between the two islands.

“We decided not to risk kayaking back to land in case the kayaks capsized. We put in a call to the lifeboat before we got into any more danger.

We raised the alarm and made our way to the lighthouse where Ballycotton’s all-weather lifeboat came to our assistance.

The group were in no imminent danger. But the weather had changed for the worst.

“We called 112, registering there was a problem,” says Sile. “The lifeboat responded to us at once. We were told to stay put and the lifeboat would be with us in 10 minutes.”

Sile and her companions were soon back on terra firma, safe and sound.

Sile, steeped in Ballycotton’s rich lifeboat history was later welcomed aboard as a volunteer and went on three lifeboat exercise trips as part of her training.

“I did a stint in the RNLI Survival Centre in Poole in Dorset, England,” says Sile.

“The UK college on the south coast welcomes lifeboat members and lifeguards from around the UK and Ireland. It gives crew members practical experience in sea safety and survival techniques.”

What is required to join the RNLI crew?

“You have to be able to swim at least 10 metres to become a lifeboat crew member,” says Sile. “Also, a good level of fitness is required and good eyesight. Anyone can join a lifeboat crew for training from age 17 upwards. It costs €1,502 a year to train a lifeboat member.”

Successful rescues are all about the team working together, and this happens even before the lifeboat has been launched.

The crew and shore helpers all work together to make sure the lifeboat is launched safely. The average time to launch a boat is seven minutes. Sile and her uncle Eolan, born and bred in Ballycotton, derive huge satisfaction from being involved in sea rescues.

“The Venom Ker 39 had 10 people on board returning from the Fastnet Race in the summer of 2017,” says Eolan. “The yacht lost a rudder and was unable to steer. St Mary’s from the Scilly Isles also requested a launch. They arrived before us but were unable to hold a straight line behind the lifeboat and required assistance from us.

“We returned to Ballycotton at 11.30pm after 10 hours at sea. It was the furthest offshore operation that I was personally involved in,” says Eolan.

He was proud of his ship-mates.

My volunteer crew had a long, tiring launch and they focused on bringing home everybody safely. 

Sile was focused on doing her job.

“The yacht was 90 miles out and it was towed to safety,” she says. “The crews communicate with the coastguard and work together for a successful outcome.”

Ballycotton Lifeboat Station Manager Jerry Lynch. Picture: Eddie O’Hare

Lifeboat Station manager, Jerry Lynch, who joined the Ballycotton RNLI crew back in 1977, says the period between 1977 and 2000 was particularly busy.

“For some reason, there were a lot more incidents during that period,” says Jerry.

“We all recall the end of the Fastnet Race in 1979. 24 boats had been abandoned, five boats had sunk, 136 sailors had been rescued and 15 sailors died.”

Jerry recalls other nasty incidents during the 1980s and early ’90s.

“There was a lot happening, so much chaos and bad weather. When the Air India airline crash occurred, we were heading out to Mizen Head, but we were called back because we wouldn’t make it.”

Jerry was involved in many successful sea rescues over the years.

I tell him it intrigues me why volunteers would face the power of the mighty waves, inclement weather, and unpredictable conditions - maybe risking life and limb?

“You get a sense of satisfaction,” explains Jerry.

“For me, it was a family tradition; it was natural to us. We just did it.

I was always proud to be associated with Ballycotton RNLI and when I retired from work it proved to be a great interest for me.

Jerry likes being part of the tight-knit team. “It can be hectic at times,” he admits.

“The RNLI is a big organisation and there is a lot of work involved. Technology plays a big part and there is more training involved now safety-wise.”

What about getting the jitters at the mercy of the ocean?

“Bad nights prove a hazard,” says Jerry, a crew member for 20 years.

“We got a lot of bad nights over us. We knew what we were doing.

“Yes, you do get scared being tossed around like a cork and with no control over your future. And there’s no guarantee what you may be able to do.”

What is guaranteed is that the RNLI team of Ballycotton lifeboat station is one unit; one crew, with one mission; saving lives at sea.

TOMORROW: Our RNLI series heads to the Kinsale and Castletownbere stations.

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