The ILB was launched at 16:25 to a becalmed sailing vessel north of St Helens fort.
The ILB was launched at 21:50 after two people were cut of by the tide at the base of Culver Cliff. The ILB located them, took them into Whitecliff bay and handed them over to the local coastguards.
The ALB was launched at 10:50 to asssist the High Speed Launch 102 with 10 POB that had suffered an engine fire north of Ryde Pier. Arriving on-scene the crew were evacusted and the vessel towed into Portsmouth Harbour and handed over to the Admiralty Tug "Helen"
The ALB was launched at 06:10 to assist with a medical evacuation from a sailing yacht whose skipper had dislocated his shoulder.
The casualty was taken off and landed in Camber docks Portsmouth, then handed over to the ambulance crew.
ILB was launched at 06:06 details to follow
ILB was launched at 18:11 details to follow
The ALB was launched at 14:33 to assist the French motor cruiser that had suffered engine failure south of the Nab tower.
The casualty was towed into Portsmouth.
The ALB was launched at 18:34 to assist the yacht “Interceptor of Swanage” that was taking part in the RORC Cowes to St malo race and was dismasted south of Ventnor.
The yachts crew managed to recover the sails and the top of the mast and made them secure, the casualty was towed up into the Solent where she motored under her own power into Cowes.