Online Fundraising for Clubs, Schools and Causes

Steve Redmond

Steve Redmond is attempting to swim from Baltimore to the Fastnet Rock and back in aid of West Cork Underwater Search & Rescue. (This swim has never been achieved before)




dave williamson


John FJ1200

A real superman with a good cause.




catherine cunningham




Bangor Boat

A wee easy dip


Social Feeds

Facebook Feeds

Status updated: 17th Nov, 2018

We managed to find some reasonably calm conditions for our zero visibility, underwater communications training exercise on the Old Head of Kinsale. 5 cm visibility is what we got which was perfect!

Divers: @Niall McCarthy & John Murphy
Surface support: Don Buckley

Status updated: 16th Nov, 2018

Tonight unit members visited Irish Red Cross Clonakilty Branch to give a talk/ demo on our unit to their Youth Group. Great to meet the future volunteers of West Cork, thanks again for hosting us and we look forward to working with you all in the future.

Status updated: 3rd Nov, 2018

Due to bad weather our scheduled exercise in Castletownbere, Beara, West Cork has been postponed and a team of divers headed to Portroe Dive Centre to carry out some technical training.

Portroe is a good all weather diving venue and perfect if you like clear, cold, fresh water!

Status updated: 28th Oct, 2018

West Cork Underwater Search and Rescue Dive Officer and RNLI Diver Liaison Aodh O Donnell working on the RNLI stand this weekend at the UK's biggest event for divers, the annual NEC Birmingham Dive Show.

Aodh is joined in the photo with Maritime and Coastguard Agency Diver Liaison Officer, Jack Oakley and KNRM - Koninklijke Nederlandse Redding Maatschappij (Dutch Marine Rescue Service) Diver Liaison Officer, Olaf Tompot.

Status updated: 20th Oct, 2018

Line search using a jack stay at Bantry Bay marina with Bantry Inshore Search & Rescue Association.

Thanks for the BISRA team for facilitating the joint training exercise.

Aodh O Donnell Niall Mc Ian Beavon John Murphy

Contact Us

Contact Details

Baltimore Road, Poundlick, Baltimore, Cork, IRELAND