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The web sites of the Lifeboats and Lifeboat Station Organizations listed in this section, give a window into the lives and activities of groups of dedicated individuals who give their unpaid time and effort to helping other people who are in distress or danger at sea. Quite often they will put their own lives at risk to help others. Note: RNLI is the abbreviation of: Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
Site in English, Basque and Spanish, about the station at the port of Bilbao, Bizkaia, Basque Country, in the north of Spain. The volunteer lifeboat crews and divers operate in the Bay of Biscay from its base in Getxo.
One of the oldest lifeboat stations in Ireland; includes information about their boat, crew, rescues and history. [Cork, Ireland]
Baltimore Lifeboat Station
Introduction to the boat, crew and station, with information about their missions and fundraising. [Co Cork, Ireland]
Information about crew membership, support, rescues and news. Also a picture gallery. [Wexford, Ireland]
Crosshaven Lifeboat Station
Covering recent rescues by lifeboats in Cork Harbour, crew, photos and history.
Poole Lifeboat Station UK
Includes part of a TV documentary about the station, a section on each of the crew members, boat specs, latest incidents, a kids corner, safety information, links and events about the Dorsetshire lifeboat station.
Last update:October 22, 2015 at 20:48:28 UTC