IRG is now operational with two vessels in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico fleet. Between both boats, they can make gallons of drinking water per day and carry medical supplies which can support a town of 6,000 people - making IRG one of the top 100 humanitarian aid agencies in the world.
BREAKING NEWS 23-Mar-15: IRG's fleet of two donated boats and three IRG Reserve vessels delivered badly needed medical and other supplies to clinics, orphanages and recycled sails to subsistence fishermen in Haiti.
This Group puts together all the information about this operation with volunteer crews aboard our boats to provide humanitarian aid while we are on operational standby in the Caribbean and disaster relief when needed.
Both boats are based in Haiti or Miami, Florida to commence a long-term, multi-season mission in Haiti. We are looking to enroll medical professionals and crew who can help, please email The Captain.
Latest Activity: Dec 25, 2014
Greetings All,We are still working out some of the details but here are some general guidelines for those interested in the disaster relief mission to Haiti.Will I need a Passport? You will need a…Continue
Voyage from Florida to Haiti13-Feb-14 Depart Marco Island, FL14-Feb-14 Arrive Key West, FL16-Feb-14 Depart Key West, FL18-Feb-14 Arrive Miami, FL3-Mar-14 Depart Miami, FLMid Mar-14 Arrive HaitiAPPROX…Continue
Cholera IV hydration fluids 0.9 N. Saline/solution IV tubing/IVstarter needles (kits) IV poles IV phenergan, zofran cmesis/uring basins IV cephazdin, Ceftriaxine Interosseos IV hydration kits (I10)…Continue