Weather conditions were good with a 1.5m swell and a force 4-5 southerly wind as coxswain Mairtín O’Flaithearta and a full crew approached the pier at Inis Meain, where a teenager requiring further medical attention was taken aboard the lifeboat.
The crew then proceeded to Inis Oirr, where a young child also requiring further medical attention was taken aboard.
Both casualties were then taken straight to Rossaveal Harbour where they were transferred to hospital for further treatment.
Speaking after the callout, O’Flaithearta said: “A call can come at any time, and often like today where we had get two call outs at once. In situations like this, our regular crew training helps with a quick response time.
“We would like to wish both casualties a speedy recovery.”
The medevac came just days after Aran Islands RNLI were called to assist a yacht with engine difficulty off Straw Island.