Along with the whole of HM Coastguard , it was a very busy day with the team out for twelve hours.
HM Coastguard dealt with 340 incidents around the UK which made it the busiest day on record.
The day started for us with concern for a double sit on Kayak off Old Harry. The patrol monitored that until it was safely back away from the tide race.
It was then off to Tilly Whim Caves for a report of people inside the closed area. Searching the caves nothing was found.
The patrol were then tasked to the beach by the Mowlem for a unconscious female and provided first aid until the ambulance arrived. This was further complicated when a further report of an unconscious person came in by the wellington clock tower. The team split up and provided first aid until another ambulance arrived.
The patrol were then tasked to Chapmans Pool for a female stung by something in the water.
After a short break it was off to Studland for first aid to a badly cut hand and three incidents involving fires.
Despite the warning signs people still choose to ignore the ban on BBQs and fires.
Two large motor vessels had grounded at South Beach so advice was given especially as they were so close to rocks.
Finally after 12 hours the final call was a report of a jet ski floating near the Mowlem. A check found it secure on a long line.