St. Ives, Cornwall has a long and proud lifeboat tradition and even now volunteer crew stand by ready to launch in an instant when yet another imbecile starts floating off in the direction of America on their inflatable crocodile.
There is a small shop attached to the lifeboat station stocked with all sorts of goodies. In addition, not only the St. Ives museum but a number of pubs have photos of the good/bad old days.
One of the more controversial incidents revolving around the lifeboat concerns the wreck of the Alba.
Want to push the boat out? Try http://www.stives-cornwall.co.uk/html/lifeboat.html
|I (thatís me) own the copyright in all the content of this site (except where otherwise acknowledged). You can read it, download it, transmit it and reproduce it only for your own personal use. You are not allowed to bugger about with it. If your computer explodes as a result of accessing this site and its contents, itís nothing to do with me, mate! Copyright Vile Jelly Publications 2001-2009. All rights (and some wrongs) reserved.|