Royal National Lifeboat Institution

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For a beach lifeguard service roll out in the area of Pembrokeshire, Wales, a popular destination with 100 miles of picturesque coastline.  The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) established its lifeguard service on several beaches in southwest England in the face of multiple beach-related deaths and thousands of people who needed assistance from lifeguards each year. The RNLI launched a plan setting key objectives to sustain and develop rescue operations and to meet the rising demand for lifeguarding services.
 
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is the oldest and largest lifeboat service in the world. It was registered as a charity in 1963 and has been saving lives at sea since 1824. RNL runs a lifeboat service with over 230 lifeboat stations around the U.K. and Ireland, as well as a beach lifeguard service that was started in 2001 and is active on 71 beaches in England.  The RNLI also runs prevention programs, educational activities with schools, and a crew training program.