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Weymouth RNLI 150th Anniversary - Parade of Sail

When? 28 July 2019
Where? Weymouth

  • Weymouth RNLI 150th Anniversary - Parade of Sail

To kick-start Lifeboat Week, there will be a Parade of Sail open to all boats of all sizes.

Led by Weymouth RNLI's all-weather lifeboat Ernest and Mabel and inshore lifeboat Braemar, the Parade will form near the Pier Bandstand at 10.55am and enter the Harbour at 11am, signalled by the Nothe Fort cannons. The salute will be taken at the landing stage before the Parade turns to port at a pin buoy laid in the Cove; heading back to sea before dispersing. A number of historic lifeboats will be among the huge number of craft from the town and further afield that are expected to join in the parade.

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