Friday, 1 March 2013
Life Boats kept busy in 2012
The latest RNLI statistics reveal that the charity and its volunteers were busy in Wales in 2012. Lifeboat crews across Wales spent 10,993 hours at sea in 2012 rescuing 925 people. The busiest station in Wales was Trearddur Bay with 65 launches. They rescued 73 people during the year, a 35% increase on the previous year. Meanwhile, it was the volunteer RNLI crew at Rhyl who rescued the most people in Wales with 80 people saved. To learn more visit www.rnli.org.uk.