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Byline: On Wednesday the 8th of January 2014, volunteer crew members, station officials and fundraisers welcomed RNLI Chief Executive, Paul Boissier to Criccieth’s RNLI lifeboat station.
Page Content: Prior to joining the RNLI, Paul Boissier completed a prominent and successful career with the Royal Navy, serving as its Deputy Commander-in-Chief.  During the visit, he was joined by Colin Williams, the RNLI’s Regional Operations Manager and Inspector of Lifeboats.


Mr. Boissier toured the station, learning about the types of rescues undertaken by the station’s Atlantic 85 class lifeboat and the smaller Arancia class inshore rescue boat.  He was eager to learn of how the volunteers were served by the RNLI’s Headquarters in Poole to ensure adequate support was being provided across all its operations.
Following the visit, Criccieth’s Lifeboat Operations Manager, Peter Williams, commented: “It was a pleasure to welcome Paul Boissier to our station.  The crew, fundraisers and station officials enjoyed sharing our experiences with him whilst he expressed a genuine gratitude for all our efforts.”

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RNLI media contact

For further information, please contact Ifer Gwyn, Criccieth Lifeboat Press Officer on 07554445316

  

Byline: On Wednesday the 8th of January 2014, volunteer crew members, station officials and fundraisers welcomed RNLI Chief Executive, Paul Boissier to Criccieth’s RNLI lifeboat station.
Page Content: Prior to joining the RNLI, Paul Boissier completed a prominent and successful career with the Royal Navy, serving as its Deputy Commander-in-Chief.  During the visit, he was joined by Colin Williams, the RNLI’s Regional Operations Manager and Inspector of Lifeboats.

Mr. Boissier toured the station, learning about the types of rescues undertaken by the station’s Atlantic 85 class lifeboat and the smaller Arancia class inshore rescue boat.  He was eager to learn of how the volunteers were served by the RNLI’s Headquarters in Poole to ensure adequate support was being provided across all its operations.

Following the visit, Criccieth’s Lifeboat Operations Manager, Peter Williams, commented: “It was a pleasure to welcome Paul Boissier to our station.  The crew, fundraisers and station officials enjoyed sharing our experiences with him whilst he expressed a genuine gratitude for all our efforts.”

ENDS

 

RNLI media contact

For further information, please contact Ifer Gwyn, Criccieth Lifeboat Press Officer on 07554445316