Royal National Lifeboat Institution – The RNLI is a charity that provides a 24-hour lifesaving service around the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Volunteer crews give up their time and comfort to carry out rescues in difficult and often dangerous conditions.
Aberdeen Lifeboat – Established in 1802
Anstruther Lifeboat – Founded in 1865
Arbroath Lifeboat – Saving lives since 1803
Isle of Barra Lifeboat – The Barra lifeboat station was established in 1931
Kinghorn Lifeboat – Established in 1965
Largs Lifeboat – Firth of Clyde
Loch Ness Lifeboat – The Loch Ness rescue boat is run by a team of volunteers who live in and around Drumnadrochit.
Mallaig Lifeboat – The most westerly lifeboat station on the British mainland
The Lifeboat Enthusiasts’ Society – brings together those keen to support the RNLI and provides an interchange of information between the RNLI and members on the many aspects of lifeboats, past, present and future.