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Lifeboats of The Teesmouth Station
"John & Lucy Cordingley" a 46 foot 9 inches Watson class Lifeboat fitted with twin 40 horsepower diesel engines.
Provided by Legacy from Mrs L. Cordingley of Bournmouth.
Cost to build £19,816
Was on service from 1950 - 1960 Lives Saved 18
"Sarah Jane & James Season" a 47 foot Watson class Lifeboat fitted with twin 60 horsepower diesel motors giving a top speed of 9 knots..
Provided by Legacies of Mr A. Season, of Ilkley, Mr F. Wright, of York, Miss E. Lax, of Leeds and Mrs H. Pearson, of Sowerby Bridge.
Cost to build £35,000
Was on service from 1960 - 1986 Lives Saved 22
"Phil Mead" a 47 foot Tyne class Lifeboat fitted with twin 425 horsepower diesel motors giving a top speed of 17.6 knots. This lifeboat is the eighth of the "Fast Slipway Lifeboats" (FSB) and has the operational number 47- 008. She is constructed utilising Steel for the hull and Aluminum for the superstructure and is now a well tried and tested vessel, having launched on service approximately 20 times each year to give assistance to an average of 66 persons each year. It is envisaged that when she is replaced, usually after 20 years service her replacement, no doubt bigger and faster, will continue to serve the crew and station in the finest traditions of all the lifeboats.
Provided by Donation from Trustees of the ”Phil Mead” Charitable Trust, plus a local appeal.
Cost to build. £450,000
Started service in January 1986 - 29th April 2006 Lives Saved