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2012

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Teesmouth LifeboatSupporters Association

Teesmouth lifeboat Supporters Association are not part of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution

The Last Serving Lifeboat At Teesmouth A.L.B. “Phil Mead”

On Service From January 14th 1986 - April 29th 2006 And Saved ? Lives

 

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Lifeboat Class: Tyne

Lifeboat Category: All-weather Lifeboat

 

 

The Tyne Class “slipway/afloat” lifeboat. Features include low profile appearance of wheelhouse to fit boathouses, and separate cabin aft of upper steering position. It has shallow conventional sheerline and flared bow above the waterline, with propellers protected by substantial bilge keels

 

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1982

14.3m (47ft)

4.48m(14ft 8in) 240n. miles

240n. miles

6

Steel

Approx 25.5 to 26.5 tonnes

17.6 knots

 

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