New Website for Stonehaven RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

Stonehaven RNLI launched their new website this week.

Stonehaven Lifeboat Web page

RNLI/Lorraine Clark

Stonehaven Lifeboat Web page

The website which allows access to the history of Stonehaven RNLI, the launches the boat has been on, crew members and upcoming events and activity at the station.

This is a great addition to Stonehaven RNLI and is thanks to Malcolm Kinross crew member for setting this up. Have a look at

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