Northlink Ferries makes generous donation to Stromness Lifeboat Station

Lifeboats News Release

Stewart Taylor, Stromness Lifeboat Operations Manager, is pictured receiving the cheque from Stuart Garrett, Managing Director, Northlink Ferries.

Stewart Taylor said "We're very grateful for this generous donation to lifeboat funds and appreciate the support we receive from Northlink Ferries".

Also present were John Davidson, Strommess Lifeboat Mechanic, Alan McLeod, Captain of the MV Hamnavoe and lifeboat crew member, and the crew of the MV Hamnavoe.

Photo by Cecil Garson

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