Number Two Station Launches

Cromer Lifeboat Number Two Station Launches

ON 980 WILLIAM HENRY AND MARY KING Lifeboat

30/05/1967

Motor fishing vessel KARIN HOEGH, landed a sick man, thereby saving

11/12/1966

DUKW [amphibious vehicle], saved DUKW and landed 9

08/12/1966

Trawler ST LUCIA, of Lowestoft, landed an injured man

05/08/1966

Crab boats MY BEAUTY, AUTUMN ROSE, and LEWIS JAMES, of Cromer, stood by boats

10/06/1966

Yacht VOLE, gave help and landed 3

02/06/1966

Cabin cruiser SHELLDUCK, of Ipswich, gave help

01/02/1966

Admiralty Motor vessel UNIVERSAL DIPPER, gave help

28/11/1965

Fishing boats CHARLES PERKINS, GEORGE ROBERT, BLACK BEAUTY and LEWIS JAMES of Cromer, escorted boats

27/11/1965

Fishing boat YOUNG FISHERMAN, of Cromer, gave help

ON 834 JOSE NEVILLE Reserve Lifeboat

29/06/1964

Crab boat GEORGE WILLIAM, of Cromer, gave help

29/06/1964

Crab boat YOUNG FISHERMAN, of Cromer, escorted

ON 770 HARRIOT DIXON Lifeboat

15/08/1961

Crab boats FRIENDSHIP, BLACK BEAUTY, WILLIAM ROBERT and ENGLISH ROSE, of Cromer, escorted

05/04/1963

Steamship HUDSON SOUND, of London, landed a sick man

15/09/1953

Fishing boat WHY WORRY, of Cromer, escorted

28/09/1955

Steamship MOORWOOD, of London, took out doctor

17/12/1955

Three fishing boats, of Cromer, escorted

22/07/1957

Yacht POCOCITA, stood by

16/04/1960

Fishing boat JUNE ROSE, of Sheringham, escorted

13/01/1961

Motor vessel JURA, of Groningen, gave help

06/02/1950

Three fishing boats, of Cromer, and one of Runton, escorted

17/06/1950

Motor vessel GLAMIS, of Dundee, landed a sick man

31/05/1953

HMS CHEERFUL, landed passengers

05/06/1953

Fishing boats MISS CROMER and WHY WORRY, of Cromer, escorted

11 - 12/09/1948

Motor Trawler GEORGES LANGAWAY, of F'camp, gave help

26 - 27/01/1949

Motor vessel FARNDALE, of Middlesborough, gave help

03/12/1943

Fishing boat MORNING STAR, of Cromer, escorted

26/10/1947

Motor vessel GOLD GNOME, of London, stood by and gave help

01/04/1948

Speed-boat DAY II, landed 2 from Steamship DYNAMO

06/08/1941

Steamship TAARA, of Parnu, saved

09/09/1941 - 01/11/1941

Steamship TEDDINGTON, of London, gave help on 6 occasions

24/11/1942

HM Trawler, brought papers ashore

10/12/1940

Steamship ROYSTON, of Newcastle, gave help

11/03/1941

Steamship KENTON, of Newcastle, salved gear

01/04/1941

HM Trawler VALEXA, landed 1

14/04/1941

HM Trawlers MADDEN and TAMORA, took out doctor and landed 4 injured men

20/03/1939

Motor vessel FOSNA, of Bergen, landed a sick man

09/10/1939

RNLB H F BAILEY, of Cromer, gave help and landed 29 saved from MOUNT IDA

12 - 13/10/1939

Steamship LINWOOD, of Middlesbrough, saved

12/12/1939

Steamship CORBROOK, of London, stood by

13/02/1940

Tanker BRITISH TRIUMPH, of London, saved two boats

18/11/1940

HM Trawler DUNGENESS, gave help

20/11/1940

HM Trawler DUNGENESS, gave help

ON 495 LOUISA HEARTWELL Lifeboat

21/12/1923

Schooner GOTHA, of Bergqvara, stood by