Eastbourne Lifeboat

ChelseaBlue

Eastbourne, United Kingdom

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Eastbourne R.N.L.I. all weather Lifeboat is the “R.N.L.B. The Royal Thames”, named by Her Royal Highness Princess Michael of Kent on Monday 6th September 1993.
The boat is a “Mersey Class” lifeboat, constructed from extremely robust fibre reinforced composite material. The Mersey is powered by two Caterpillar 3208T V8 engines developing 280 SHP each, which gives a typical maximum speed of 16.5 knots. Fuel Tank capacity is ~ 1088 litres of diesel fuel giving a running duration of just over 10 hours.
The Royal Thames was sponsored by funds from an appeal to members of the Royal Thames Yacht Club, proceeds of a local appeal in Eastbourne, a generous anonymous gift and other miscellaneous gifts and legacies.

Shot taken with a Pentax Optio E-60 point and shoot camera

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