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Criccieth 5/5

The RNLI lifeboat station at Criccieth stands on Lôn Felin and was built in 1854. The crew of seventeen are all volunteers. The station has been in existence since 1853.The current lifeboat, an Atlantic 85, is named the Doris Joan.[59] which was placed on service at the station on 6 November 2007. An Arrancia Inshore Rescue Boat Margaret and Nantw(A-76) which arrived on 16 June 2011 also operates from the station. The IRB is primarily used for work in the shallow waters of the Glaslyn and Dwyryd estuaries.

Criccieth 5/5

The RNLI lifeboat station at Criccieth stands on Lôn Felin and was built in 1854. The crew of seventeen are all volunteers. The station has been in existence since 1853.The current lifeboat, an Atlantic 85, is named the Doris Joan.[59] which was placed on service at the station on 6 November 2007. An Arrancia Inshore Rescue Boat Margaret and Nantw(A-76) which arrived on 16 June 2011 also operates from the station. The IRB is primarily used for work in the shallow waters of the Glaslyn and Dwyryd estuaries.

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Chez moi, ces bateaux sont rouges et verts.
Brian Walbey: That's my new item of knowledge from my visit to SC today Martine, I just assumed all countries lifeboats were the same as ours.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 15 Jun 2019, 06:28
Nice to know these voluntary services exist. Real life savers
Brian Walbey: We went in the lifeboat house at Cromer last week and had a good look at their boat, what a fantastic machine it is.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 15 Jun 2019, 07:14
I agree with Chris. I liker your composition, the togetherness of the roofs.
Brian Walbey: We went in the lifeboat house at Cromer last week and had a good look at their boat, what a fantastic machine it is. The buildings in that area are all built quite close to each other.
Modern lifeboats are very sophisticated
Brian Walbey: We went in the lifeboat house at Cromer last week and had a good look at their boat, what a fantastic machine it is.
Really like the crowded composition here.
Brian Walbey: The buildings in that area are all built quite close to each other.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 15 Jun 2019, 13:17
I', always in admiration fo the RNLI. Its heart-warming that people would prefer such an essential role with financial reward. Mind you, if some of the idiots that they rescue would act more responsibly, then the RNLI would not need to be called upon so often.
Brian Walbey: Couldn't agree more Alan, and they don't get any support from governemnt I believe, but I bet the government plague them with all sorts of regulations they could do without!
That's pretty cool!
Brian Walbey: You being inland, just like Maureen and me, don't get to see lifeboats, we went in the lifeboat house at Cromer during our holiday last week and had a good look at their boat, what a fantastic machine it is.

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