July: The new Atlantic A85 The Misses Barrie B915 was commissioned September: The new lifeboat Station was officially opened by Charles Hunter-Pease OBE
Following the visit on Wednesday 25 January 2012 by the Coast Review delegation, led by Rear Admiral John Tolhurst, it was agreed by the Operations Committee on 21 March 2012 and resolved by the Trustee Board at their meeting on 4 April 2012 that there be no change to the lifeboat cover provided by Burry Port Lifeboat Station and that …
The new station D class lifeboat D749 Diane Hilary was placed on service in December 2011. This lifeboat was provided by generous support of Mr David Cole. Lifeboat D611 The Young Watsons has been withdrawn to the relief fleet
The new station D class lifeboat D611 The Young Watsons was placed on service on 17 September 2003. This lifeboat was funded by Mr and Mrs WK Bache. Lifeboat D472 Kip and Kath has been withdrawn to the relief fleet
Following the visit on 5 September 2001 by the Coast Review delegation, led by Commodore R C Hastie, it was agreed by the Search and Rescue Committee on 6 February 2002 and resolved by the Executive Committee at their meeting on 10 April 2002 that there be no change to the lifeboat cover provided at Burry Port Lifeboat Station. It …
Extensive work to the boathouse was carried out in order to provide improved crew facilities. New D class lifeboat D472 was placed on service on 18 October.
Station re-opened with a D class lifeboat that became operational on 20 September.
Station closed as the estuary was amply guarded by the neighbouring lifeboat station.
Terms agreed with local tug owners for use of their tugs, £15 each time tug towed out lifeboat on service and £5 on exercise.
The Institution formed a new lifeboat establishment at Burry Port, near Llanelly, and placed there a large lifeboat, 37 feet long, 8 feet wide and rowing 12 oars. This station became a necessity on the closure of the station at Pembrey due to the constant increase of sand there. The cost of the station has been defrayed from a legacy …
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