Welcome to www.Arbroath-Lifeboat.com
- the Arbroath Lifeboat
Signed limited edition prints by Steven Patrick Sim
money for the Angus Crew Training Fund!
east coast fishing town of Arbroath has had a lifeboat
for over 200 years, since 1803. The lifeboat station
there was one of the first established in Scotland.
took over responsibility for the service in 1865.
The present Arbroath lifeboat, 'Inchcape', takes
her name from the infamous Inchcape reef on which
the Bellrock lighthouse stands, where many vessels
and lives have met their untimely end. A Mersey
class boat, the 35th of 37 built, she has been in
service since August 1993 and has a range of 140
nautical miles with a top speed of 17 knots provided
by two 285 horse power turbo-diesels. She weighs
16 tons and has a crew of 6.
Currently there are 29 volunteers
who serve on the 'Inchcape'.
The Inchcape is now featured in two newly released
limited edition prints. The original painting,
created by Arbroath artist Steven Patrick Sim,
was a piece commissioned by a current serving
member of the Lifeboat crew. The detailed reproductions
are now available in both a Special Limited
Edition of 195 copies, along with a Limited
Edition of 395 copies.
Limited Edition Print
release of these two fine art giclée editions
acknowledges and celebrates the dedication and
commitment of all the volunteers who service the
'Inchcape' which to date has rescued over 100
20% of proceeds from all sales of the editions
will be donated to the RNLI Angus Crew Training
the print on display at both the Arbroath Sea
and Seafront Spectacular - 2007.
Available to buy from:
Christie's Fine Art
Telephone: 01241 870355
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