The Volvo Ocean Race: From the Southern Ocean to South Wales
The Volvo Ocean Race: From the Southern Ocean to South Wales
Feature  |  25 May 2018
The Volvo Ocean Race: From the Southern Ocean to South Wales
British sailing legend and RNLI ambassador Dee Caffari is leading a team in the ultimate round-the-world competition. See the action for yourself.

By Jasmin Downs
Photo: Sam Greenfield/Volvo Ocean Race
Kiss of life: A father and son’s near-drowning experience Read more
Rescue  |  16 May 2018
Kiss of life: A father and son’s near-drowning experience
When Firefighter Paul and his 13-year-old son set off on a kayaking trip from Lligwy Beach on Anglesey, he had no idea they’d find themselves fighting for their lives.

By Anna Burn
Give it a go: Stargazing Read more
Feature  |  9 May 2018
Give it a go: Stargazing
When’s the last time you looked up at the night sky? RNLI fundraiser and amateur astronomer Simon Perks tells us how we can all wonder at the stars above.

By Bethany Hope
Kick off your boots: Four ways to get off the beaten track Read more
Feature  |  1 May 2018
Kick off your boots: Four ways to get off the beaten track
As adventures go, a day exploring the coast is difficult to beat. Here are our ideas for making the most of the water this season – plus some top tips for staying safe.

By Robin Westcott
1938: A double disaster in St Ives Read more
Feature  |  13 April 2018
1938: A double disaster in St Ives
Wrecked on the rocks at Porthmeor Beach, a steamship and her 23 crew are in serious trouble. The St Ives lifeboat is powering to the scene, but first it must overcome a terrible gale and mountainous waves. 

How our lifesavers go from human to hero Read more
Feature  |  9 April 2018
How our lifesavers go from human to hero
RNLI crew around the UK and Ireland are often called heroes for their acts of incredible bravery. But they are as human as the rest of us.

By Anna Burn
Water women of the world: Part 1 Read more
Feature  |  8 March 2018
Water women of the world: Part 1
Across the world, women are defying stereotypes; working in the water, teaching children to swim, lifeguarding beaches, and saving lives. Here we meet four of the these dynamic water women.

Water women of the world: Part 2 Read more
Feature  |  8 March 2018
Water women of the world: Part 2
Across the world, women are defying stereotypes; working in the water, teaching children to swim, lifeguarding beaches, and saving lives. Here we meet three of the these dynamic water women.

Cornwall rock fall Read more
Rescue  |  1 March 2018
Cornwall rock fall
Heading for the beach, Liz Clark was expecting sun, sand and family fun – not a helicopter ride to hospital. Read about the rescue.

Give it a go: Beachcombing Read more
Feature  |  23 February 2018
Give it a go: Beachcombing
Mermaid’s purses, pelican feet, hag stones – would you recognise these on the beach? Beachcomber and RNLI volunteering champion Debbie Corke gives us her tips for coastal finds

By James Dwyer
Kiss of life: A father and son’s near-drowning experience Read more
Rescue  |  16 May 2018
Kiss of life: A father and son’s near-drowning experience
When Firefighter Paul and his 13-year-old son set off on a kayaking trip from Lligwy Beach on Anglesey, he had no idea they’d find themselves fighting for their lives.

By Anna Burn
Give it a go: Stargazing Read more
Feature  |  9 May 2018
Give it a go: Stargazing
When’s the last time you looked up at the night sky? RNLI fundraiser and amateur astronomer Simon Perks tells us how we can all wonder at the stars above.

By Bethany Hope
Kick off your boots: Four ways to get off the beaten track Read more
Feature  |  1 May 2018
Kick off your boots: Four ways to get off the beaten track
As adventures go, a day exploring the coast is difficult to beat. Here are our ideas for making the most of the water this season – plus some top tips for staying safe.

By Robin Westcott
1938: A double disaster in St Ives Read more
Feature  |  13 April 2018
1938: A double disaster in St Ives
Wrecked on the rocks at Porthmeor Beach, a steamship and her 23 crew are in serious trouble. The St Ives lifeboat is powering to the scene, but first it must overcome a terrible gale and mountainous waves. 

How our lifesavers go from human to hero Read more
Feature  |  9 April 2018
How our lifesavers go from human to hero
RNLI crew around the UK and Ireland are often called heroes for their acts of incredible bravery. But they are as human as the rest of us.

By Anna Burn
Water women of the world: Part 1 Read more
Feature  |  8 March 2018
Water women of the world: Part 1
Across the world, women are defying stereotypes; working in the water, teaching children to swim, lifeguarding beaches, and saving lives. Here we meet four of the these dynamic water women.

Water women of the world: Part 2 Read more
Feature  |  8 March 2018
Water women of the world: Part 2
Across the world, women are defying stereotypes; working in the water, teaching children to swim, lifeguarding beaches, and saving lives. Here we meet three of the these dynamic water women.

Cornwall rock fall Read more
Rescue  |  1 March 2018
Cornwall rock fall
Heading for the beach, Liz Clark was expecting sun, sand and family fun – not a helicopter ride to hospital. Read about the rescue.

Give it a go: Beachcombing Read more
Feature  |  23 February 2018
Give it a go: Beachcombing
Mermaid’s purses, pelican feet, hag stones – would you recognise these on the beach? Beachcomber and RNLI volunteering champion Debbie Corke gives us her tips for coastal finds

By James Dwyer

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