Friday, March 28, 2008


The National Sea Rescue Institute is active all along our coastline, and consists mainly of volunteers, who train hard and give up a lot of their free time to rescue people in distress on the sea. They do an amazing job, because they not only have to keep up professional standards as far as sea rescue skills and equipment goes, but have to use a lot of time and energy in raising funds to keep the whole thing going. This is the NSRI station at the Port, and from here the rescue boats are launched to go and help those in difficulties. Hats off to all of you!!!!

Looking through the windows of the boathouse, you can see the rescue craft Spirit of St Francis ready for action, and if you really look carefully, also a reflection of yours truly with camera!


Olivier said...

elle est surprenante cette maison. j'aime bien cette architecture

It is surprising that house. I like this architecture

Anonymous said...

Nice post.