Shelter from the Orkney storm
Shelter from the Orkney storm
Rescue
Shelter from the Orkney storm
The tabloids called it a weather bomb. For the RNLI lifeboat crews of Scotland’s Northern Isles, there were no excuses. The weather was unusually bad – yes – but our lifeboats, and their crews, could handle it.

By Mairéad Dwane
Sunk without a trace Read more
Rescue
Sunk without a trace
When a razor fishing boat sank within minutes off the Clogher Head coast leaving two fishermen struggling to stay afloat, an RNLI crew member and his son just happened to be in the right place, at the right time.

By Vicki Lovegrove-Fray
How to name your lifeboat Read more
Heritage
How to name your lifeboat
It’s good luck to name a boat, and at sea you’ll take all the luck you can get. But how have lifeboats been named through the RNLI’s history?

By Mairéad Dwane
1 day, 3 calls for Exmouth crew and new lifeboat Read more
Rescue
1 day, 3 calls for Exmouth crew and new lifeboat
A man in the water; a runaway catamaran; and a kitesurfer in trouble. Time to launch Exmouth’s new Shannon for the first time …

By Jasmin Downs
Natasha Lambert: An unstoppable force Read more
Adventure
Natasha Lambert: An unstoppable force
Teenage sailor Natasha Lambert doesn’t let her athertoid cerebral palsy stop her from having adventures. ‘I hope to encourage other disabled people that sailing is possible no matter what your ability. If I can do it, anyone can!’

By Bethany Hope
Be a Winter surfer Read more
How To
Be a Winter surfer
If you’ve ever paddled out and caught a wave in waters around the UK or Ireland, then congratulations. You’re already a cold water surfer. 

By Philly Byrde
A home for 21st-century lifeboats Read more
Innovation
A home for 21st-century lifeboats
Why we plan to build and maintain our own fleet of 25-knot all-weather lifeboats at a new RNLI site in Dorset.

By Mairéad Dwane
Seven
Seas Quiz: Seafaring duos Read more
Quiz
Seven Seas Quiz: Seafaring duos
February is the month of love, with Valentine’s Day lipsmack bang in the middle. We’re getting into the spirit with a quiz on great seafaring relationships. All aboard the loveboat!

By Mairéad Dwane
Robert Midwood, Porthdinllaen Read more
Profile
Robert Midwood, Porthdinllaen
I know that I’m making a difference and helping to save lives when I’m out at sea and that’s the most rewarding part of volunteering.

By Jasmin Downs
Buckets of fun and adventure in Swanage Read more
Spotlight
Buckets of fun and adventure in Swanage
Valerie French delves into Swanage’s nooks and crannies, emerging with an eclectic mix of traditional family holiday, mouthwatering tasty morsels and hidden treasure.

By Valerie French
February 2015 Edition
                 
Sunk without a trace Read more
Rescue
Sunk without a trace
When a razor fishing boat sank within minutes off the Clogher Head coast leaving two fishermen struggling to stay afloat, an RNLI crew member and his son just happened to be in the right place, at the right time.

By Vicki Lovegrove-Fray
How to name your lifeboat Read more
Heritage
How to name your lifeboat
It’s good luck to name a boat, and at sea you’ll take all the luck you can get. But how have lifeboats been named through the RNLI’s history?

By Mairéad Dwane
1 day, 3 calls for Exmouth crew and new lifeboat Read more
Rescue
1 day, 3 calls for Exmouth crew and new lifeboat
A man in the water; a runaway catamaran; and a kitesurfer in trouble. Time to launch Exmouth’s new Shannon for the first time …

By Jasmin Downs
Natasha Lambert: An unstoppable force Read more
Adventure
Natasha Lambert: An unstoppable force
Teenage sailor Natasha Lambert doesn’t let her athertoid cerebral palsy stop her from having adventures. ‘I hope to encourage other disabled people that sailing is possible no matter what your ability. If I can do it, anyone can!’

By Bethany Hope
Be a Winter surfer Read more
How To
Be a Winter surfer
If you’ve ever paddled out and caught a wave in waters around the UK or Ireland, then congratulations. You’re already a cold water surfer. 

By Philly Byrde
A home for 21st-century lifeboats Read more
Innovation
A home for 21st-century lifeboats
Why we plan to build and maintain our own fleet of 25-knot all-weather lifeboats at a new RNLI site in Dorset.

By Mairéad Dwane
Seven
Seas Quiz: Seafaring duos Read more
Quiz
Seven Seas Quiz: Seafaring duos
February is the month of love, with Valentine’s Day lipsmack bang in the middle. We’re getting into the spirit with a quiz on great seafaring relationships. All aboard the loveboat!

By Mairéad Dwane
Robert Midwood, Porthdinllaen Read more
Profile
Robert Midwood, Porthdinllaen
I know that I’m making a difference and helping to save lives when I’m out at sea and that’s the most rewarding part of volunteering.

By Jasmin Downs
Buckets of fun and adventure in Swanage Read more
Spotlight
Buckets of fun and adventure in Swanage
Valerie French delves into Swanage’s nooks and crannies, emerging with an eclectic mix of traditional family holiday, mouthwatering tasty morsels and hidden treasure.

By Valerie French
February 2015 Edition
                 

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