While we are certainly most active from April through September, Oak Island Water Rescue trains throughout the year. February is our traditional month to re-certify all members in CPR and First Aid. Oak Island Fire Department provides this training to us, and we appreciate them very much! We did this training last week at Fire […]
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Just a reminder, the Special Olympics Polar Plunge and Oak Island Water Rescue Food Drive are happening this Saturday! There will be a lot of fun events in Middleton Park all afternoon and we hope to see everyone out there! WECT ran a story Saturday morning about the event, check it out.
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WECT recently did a story about the sand build-up in the Lockwood Folly Inlet. It is worth a quick watch!
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The Army Corps of Engineers posted a new Hydrosurvey of the Lockwood Folly Inlet. The marked channel of the Lockwood Folly Crossing has been dredged and the channel markers have been re-positioned. It doesn’t appear that any changes were made to the Lockwood Folly Inlet or to the Eastern Channel as the Hydrosurvey shows both […]
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The Army Corps of Engineers has released an updated Hydrosurvey of the Lockwood Folly Inlet. Surveyed on 02/02/2020 and released 02/07/2020. The Lockwood Folly Crossing at Marker 47A still shows dangerous shallow depths in the charted channel. In the Inlet, it is extremely narrow at the inlet opening and remains very shallow over the breaker […]
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