The Lizard Lifeboat lauches into the waters of Kilcobben Cove off the Cornish coast to take part in a winching exercise with 771 Naval Air Squadron.
The Lizard Lifeboat Station sits in one of the most remote and rugged settings in the whole of Great Britain – at the foot of a 140ft (45 metre) cliff, less than a mile from England’s most southerly point.
The Lizard Lifeboat, a Tamar Class All-Weather Lifeboat named Rose
launches into the sea at the Lizard Penisula to take part in a
winching exercise with Culdrose based 771 Naval Air Squadron Seakings.
Photographer: LA(Phot) Dave Sterratt
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