Crew Member - Neil McGill

Lifeboat crews are mostly volunteers, who come from all walks of life, and give up their time and comfort to carry out rescues and save lives at sea on the lifeboats. They respond at a moment's notice, no matter where they are or what they are doing when the pager goes off. Crews are regularly called away from their families, their beds and their work, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Name: Neil "Gill" McGill
RNLI Role: Station TC
Year Joined: 1983
Occupation: Marine Engineer
First Shout: Not sure, but an early one was to Aberdaron to tow a speedboat ashore that had lost its propeller. My father was helming.
Memorable Shout: To Bardsey with Pwllheli ALB to attempt to land supplies for family living on the island. Very large seas.
Hobbies: Motorcycling, Shooting, Sailing.
Likes: Heavy Rock music, Vinyl LP's and my Wife.
Dislikes: Lots. Rude people, Thieves, Marmite.