Sirens-fitted-at-Eyemouth-to-alert-public-to-lifeboat-launch

Byline: The Eyemouth RNLI lifeboat station has recently been fitted with warning sirens to alert the public that the lifeboat is about to launch.
Page Content: Since the iconic maroons, with their two loud bangs, were withdrawn from service a number of years ago, the general public in the vicinity of the lifeboat station would not have known that the lifeboat had been requested to launch until they saw the boat leave the harbour.

Now, members of the public will be aware when Eyemouth lifeboat has been called into action as the station has been fitted with a number of sirens which will let everyone know that there will be volunteer crew arriving to the station.

So, if you are near the lifeboat station and you hear some loud, unfamiliar noises, then it could very well be Eyemouth being requested to launch, with their boat and crew about to embark upon a rescue.

RNLI media contacts: For more information please email Adam Ferguson, RNLI Volunteer Lifeboat Press Officer, adam.ferguson@hotmail.co.uk or Richard Smith, Media Relations Manager Scotland on 01738 642956, 07786 668903 or Richard_Smith2@rnli.org.uk or contact RNLI Public Relations on 01202 336 789

Byline: The Eyemouth RNLI lifeboat station has recently been fitted with warning sirens to alert the public that the lifeboat is about to launch.
Page Content: Since the iconic maroons, with their two loud bangs, were withdrawn from service a number of years ago, the general public in the vicinity of the lifeboat station would not have known that the lifeboat had been requested to launch until they saw the boat leave the harbour.

Now, members of the public will be aware when Eyemouth lifeboat has been called into action as the station has been fitted with a number of sirens which will let everyone know that there will be volunteer crew arriving to the station.

So, if you are near the lifeboat station and you hear some loud, unfamiliar noises, then it could very well be Eyemouth being requested to launch, with their boat and crew about to embark upon a rescue.

RNLI media contacts: For more information please email Adam Ferguson, RNLI Volunteer Lifeboat Press Officer, adam.ferguson@hotmail.co.uk or Richard Smith, Media Relations Manager Scotland on 01738 642956, 07786 668903 or Richard_Smith2@rnli.org.uk or contact RNLI Public Relations on 01202 336 789