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Date: Summer 2005

Volume: 60

Issue: 573

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The Line-Throwing Gun. By Captain Howard F. J. Rowley, C.B.E., R.N., Chief Inspector of Life-Boats

Date: February 1922

Volume: 24

Issue: 275

THE problem of establishing communi- cation between the Life-boat and the Lifevessel in distress has for many years occupied the attention of the technical officers of the Institution. Up to the present the only device has been the Cane...

Category: Articles


Date: Winter 2007

Volume: 60

Issue: 579

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The Gale

Date: October 1863

Volume: 05

Issue: 50

" The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth." WE are not about to write a sermon, although we have commenced with a text; but the sentiment...

Category: Articles

The S.S. Nebarn (4)

Date: August 1906

Volume: 19

Issue: 221

GORLESTON, SUFFOLK ; CAISTEB, WIXTERTON-, PALLING, AND CBOMEE, NORFOLK.—In the early hours of 29th January, the s.s. Newbarn of Newcastle, which is a big steamer of more than 3,000 tons, ran aground on the southern end of the Hasboro'...


Date: November 1914

Volume: 22

Issue: 254

— At 6.15 P.M. on the 30th April the Life-boat Charles and Susanna Stephens was launched to the assistance of a large steamer ashore on the Goodwin Sands. On arrival at the stranded vessel five Life-boatmen were placed on board the stranded...

The S.S. Saintfield, of Belfast

Date: 1946

Volume: War Years

Issue: 1946

MAY 1ST. - FLAMBOROUGH, AND BRIDLINGTON, YORKSHIRE. In the early morning the S.S. Saintfield, of Belfast, bound from the Tyne to Poole, with coal, ran ashore in foggy weather about two miles north of Flamborough. The call for a life-boat was...

Stormy Stan's Sea Tales

Date: Autumn 2000

Volume: 57

Issue: 554

There are around 2().(XH) members of Slonn Force, the RNLl's club for the under 16s. The club's exclusive magazine. Storm Force News, is full of exciting competitions, puzzles, salty sea talcs, jokes and cartoons - it also lends...

Category: Articles

The American Steamer Byron Darnton, of Baltimore (2)

Date: 1946

Volume: War Years

Issue: 1946

MARCH 16TH - 17TH. - CAMPBELTOWN, ARGYLLSHIRE, GIRVAN, AYRSHIRE, AND PORTPATRICK, WIGTOWNSHIRE. Soon after eleven o’clock on the night of the 16th the Southend coastguard reported to the Campbeltown life-boat station that a ship was ashore...

Letters to the Editor

Date: March 1964

Volume: 38

Issue: 407

SIR. - Since it would appear that no record has been made of the Institu- tion's earliest effort at mechanization, I am most interested in preparing a paper covering the inception of the steam life-boat; its design; building and method...

Category: Correspondence