Angle RNLI set to launch open day

Lifeboats News Release

Angle RNLI lifeboat station will be welcoming visitors to its open day on Saturday (August 20), with an opportunity to tour the £1.2m boathouse, see the all weather and inshore lifeboats, and meet crew members.

On view will be the £2.6m all weather state-of-the art Tamar class lifeboat Mark Mason and the £41,000 D class inshore lifeboat SuperG II.

The open day runs from 12noon to 4pm and the all weather lifeboat will be launching at 6pm. It promises to be an action-packed occasion, as the open day coincides with Angle Regatta.

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Angle RNLI’s all weather and inshore lifeboats.
Photo: Angle RNLI.

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