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Our dedicated team of volunteers just love to talk about safety at sea! An RNLI sea safety demonstration at your club will help keep you and your friends safe, while also being a fun, interactive addition to your calendar of events.
What we offer:
You carry a lifejacket, but do you know how to fit and adjust it properly, what extras can you add to it and how to perform simple maintenance checks?
This practical demonstration highlights one of the most important pieces of safety kit and how to get the most from it.
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Do you carry an appropriate means of calling for help? We offer an interactive session discussing the various means, the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Our lifeboat crews launch 24 times a day on average. Find out which station has launched near you around the UK and Republic of Ireland. View shouts.
The RNLI is an independent charity, funded by voluntary donations. We could not save lives at sea without your support.
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