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Grace Darling | Inspiring Women of the Sea

The seas around the British Isles are famed for producing some of the most treacherous and unpredictable conditions in the world. Finisterre has always supported the RNLI and the brave Lifeboat crews who watch over...

About the volunteers, for the volunteers | The Lifeboat Station Project

Jack Lowe's ambitious photography project celebrates the volunteers who have saved 142,200 lives since the RNLI was founded, such as Finisterre founder and St Agnes helm Tom Kay. We caught up with Jack to hear more about his project...

A Night Of Courage And Loss

Amidst the roaring seas, thunderous skies and howling winds, the ordinary and the extraordinary, two titles often set far apart, here come as one. RNLI volunteers, ordinary men and women, risking their lives in order...

THE RNLI | A HISTORY

The coastlines of Britain and Ireland have always been at the mercy of the sea. From our workshop on the Cornish coast we see and feel first-hand how powerful and unpredictable the ocean can be....

In conversation with photographer Nigel Millard

We spoke to Nigel Millard, award winning photographer and friend of Finisterre in light of our new collaboration. Exclusively capturing the RNLI + Finisterre range on real lifeboat men and women, we caught up with...

SS SUEVIC

Shortly after 10.30pm during a vicious storm off the Cornish coast in March 1907, the thick fog covering the Lizard peninsula was briefly pierced by the red glow of a distress rocket. The flare, accompanied...

HENRY BLOGG - THE RNLI'S MOST DECORATED LIFEBOATMAN.

The Gold Medal is the RNLI's highest award for bravery. Generally considered to be the equivalent of the Victoria Cross, it's presented to only the most courageous and selfless individuals. Like the VC, the people...