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For us, this spot has the best views on the island! Ample seating up near the commemorative statue, not TOO breezy compared to some high up areas - perfet for dolphin watching! Small RNLI car park which is so cheap! Worth reading the plaques up...More
Parked up in the village of Moelfre and walked down to the main beach onto the coastal path past the lifeboat house. Fairly easy stroll along the path right round the coast and the views were very pleasing to the eye. Lovely place!
Visited the lifeboat station and RNLI visitors centre. I know you can say ‘seen one, sen them all’ but you cannot help to feel for these men that risk their lives for others. When you read of the lifeboat being rowed( no engine in days...More
We went to lifeboat day. We had a lovely time. Everyone was really friendly and our 5 year old son loved watching the lifeboat launch. A great day. We enjoyed looking at the old lifeboat and visiting the shop.
An excellent visitor centre very interesting. Members of crew at the new lifeboat station to tell you about the boats and experience on a lifeboat crew. A very worthy and extremely important service that should be supported
This is a modern lifeboat station with good access to visitors, you are in touching distance of the lifeboat. Lots of information boards and helpful, friendly visitors. There was a shout whilst we were there and we got to see the inshore lifeboat launch from...More
If you visit Moelfre then the RNLI Lifeboat Station is a must. With both the station and the nearby museum/shop you can gain a real sense of the history of the coast, the shipwrecks, the brave RNLI crews and the rescue operations around Moelfre. If...More