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Girvan Lifeboat

Girvan Lifeboat

Girvan has had a lifeboat launching off the south west coast of Scotland for 140 years, providing search and rescue cover for both commercial and leisure mariners. Today’s station operates an all weather Mersey class lifeboat.
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Barra, Castlebay Lifeboat

Barra, Castlebay Lifeboat

For nearly 75 years, an all weather lifeboat has launched from Castlebay on the western Hebridean island, often into treacherous seas.Today the station operates the largest class of lifeboat, a Severn class.
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Mumbles head lifeboat station and lifeboat

Mumbles head lifeboat station and lifeboat

Located just south west of Swansea, Wales. Catherine Zeta Jones is from this village.
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RNLI Scotland

RNLI Scotland

Royal National Lifeboat Institution Lifeboat Stations In Scotland.
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RNLI Ireland

RNLI Ireland

Royal National Lifeboat Institution Lifeboat Stations In Ireland
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Falmouth Lifeboat

Falmouth Lifeboat

Falmouth lifeboat, The Richard Scott, on its moorings at Port Pendennis, Falmouth
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RNLI Stations In England, Wales and Northern Ireland

RNLI Stations In England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Royal National Lifeboat Institution,Lifeboat stations in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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Theodor Heuss Class Lifeboat

Theodor Heuss Class Lifeboat

Lifeboats must be fast and unusually seaworthy. They are equipped with triple screw drive as well as medical equipment and various navigation and communication devices for the search of damaged ships and survivors. For actions in shallow water a small auxiliary boat can be lowered. The ships of the "Theodor Heuss" class were constructed after long test series and became models for the later dev...
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The Isle of Lewis Ferry

The Isle of Lewis Ferry

The ferry boat 'Isle of Lewis' that travels between Ullapool on mainland Scotland to Stornoway on the isle of Lewis.

See www.shipsofcalmac.co.uk/ships.asp?vessel=isle_of_lewis
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RNLI College

RNLI College

Royal National Lifeboat Institution college
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Wreck of Consolidated Catalina JX273 near to Bhatarsaigh

Wreck of Consolidated Catalina JX273 near to Bhatarsaigh

Registration: JX273
Operator: Royal Air Force (No. 17 (Training) Group in Coastal Command / 302 Flying Training Unit)
Accident Date: 12 May 1944
Accident Site: Heishavel Beag

Aircraft Accident Details
On the morning of 12th May 1944 a Catalina JX273 (F) of Number 302 Flying Training Unit Oban took off Westward with 9 crew on board on a training flight....
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SS Nornen wreck near to Berrow, Somerset

SS Nornen wreck near to Berrow, Somerset

This is the wreck of a Norwegian Barque the SS Nornen, which was driven in a raging gale on to the beach in 1897. The ship's crew of ten, together with their dog, were taken off by the lifeboat and landed safely at Burnham. This is all that's left of her, where she lies on the beach below the church at Berrow in Somerset.
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