Hardcover 192 pages (December 2005) ISBN 1843062011
Publisher Landmark Publishing Ltd Ashbourne Hall Cokayne Avenue ASHBOURNE Derbyshire England DE6 1EJ
One hundred years ago, the first tentative steps to introduce motive power into the fleet of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution were taken when a small petrol engine was fitted to a pulling lifeboat. Since those early days, when motor lifeboats were small open craft with single engines, the RNLI has come a long way. Modern lifeboats are now complex, technologically advanced craft providing the skilled, and highly trained volunteer lifeboat crews with a sophisticated rescue tool. This unique book celebrates a century of RNLI motor lifeboats and includes details of every one, with descriptions of each class accompanied by many high quality photographs and line drawings.
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