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Life Boats Gallery

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Choose from 62 pictures in our Life Boats collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Saving of Audacious Crew
Saving of Audacious Crew
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Lifeboat and crewmen at Appledore, Devon
Lifeboat and crewmen at Appledore, Devon
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Manila Docks
Manila Docks
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Second Coxswain Mann of the Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station, 1909
Second Coxswain Mann of the Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station, 1909
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Lifeboat/Boys own Paper
Lifeboat/Boys own Paper
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Tynemouth Lifeboat
Tynemouth Lifeboat
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Titanic lifeboat
Titanic lifeboat
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The Long, Long Drift
The Long, Long Drift
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The Brighton Lifeboat
The Brighton Lifeboat
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Launch - Cromer Lifeboat
Launch - Cromer Lifeboat
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Throwing the Life-Line
Throwing the Life-Line
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Launching the Lifeboat
Launching the Lifeboat
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The Long, Long Drift Featured Image

The Long, Long Drift

Illustration by Raymond Sheppard to an article entitled: The Long, Long Drift by John Prebble, relating to the The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-17, also known as the Endurance Expedition. This feat is considered the last major expedition of the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration. Conceived by Sir Ernest Shackleton, the expedition was an attempt to make the first land crossing of the Antarctic continent. On 30th October 1915, a march started across the Antarctic ice, following the crushing of the Endurance between the ever-shifting ice plates - two of the ship's lifeboats were carried on sledges, as depicted in this illustration"

© Mary Evans/Raymond Sheppard Collection

Titanic Sinks (Devambez)
Titanic Sinks (Devambez)
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Lifeboat/Cromer/Norfolk
Lifeboat/Cromer/Norfolk
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Titanic Lifeboats
Titanic Lifeboats
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Rescuing evacuees
Rescuing evacuees
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Luxuries versus lifeboats
Luxuries versus lifeboats
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View of Tobolsk, a historic capital of Siberia, Russia
View of Tobolsk, a historic capital of Siberia, Russia
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Titanic - sunrise on April 15th after the ship had sank
Titanic - sunrise on April 15th after the ship had sank
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Titanic - uncrowded lifeboats
Titanic - uncrowded lifeboats
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Titanic - Lifeboats needed to save lives on board ships
Titanic - Lifeboats needed to save lives on board ships
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How the Titanic went down
How the Titanic went down
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Coverack Lifeboat
Coverack Lifeboat
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The chivalry of the sea woman and children first after th
The chivalry of the sea woman and children first after th
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Titanic - Lifeboats needed to save lives on board ships Featured Image

Titanic - Lifeboats needed to save lives on board ships

A diagram published in the Illustrated London News following the disaster of the sinking of White Star passenger liner, RMS Titanic showing the ratio of lifeboat capacity to passenger numbers on board various ships, raising questions about the safety precautions. The left hand column shows the the worst culprits including the Mauretania (only 976 lifeboat capacity for 2972 passengers) and Cunard's Franconia (only 962 lifeboat capacity for 3115 passengers). The Titanic's sister ship, the Olympic did not fare much better than its ill-fated sibling having only 20 lifeboats to hold 1176 passengers, despite an overall passenger number of 3447. Date: 1912

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

UNSINKABLE LIFEBOAT
UNSINKABLE LIFEBOAT
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Titanic: Women and children first
Titanic: Women and children first
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American troops arriving home, Hoboken, USA
American troops arriving home, Hoboken, USA
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Sinking of the French liner Sontay, Mediterranean, WW1
Sinking of the French liner Sontay, Mediterranean, WW1
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Canada - Newfoundland - S S Florizel at Icefields
Canada - Newfoundland - S S Florizel at Icefields
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LIFE-BOAT
LIFE-BOAT
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Lifeboat on Carriage
Lifeboat on Carriage
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Lifeboat, Freeport, Long Island
Lifeboat, Freeport, Long Island
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Lifeboats at Padstow, Cornwall
Lifeboats at Padstow, Cornwall
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Turkish Steamship Ertogrul
Turkish Steamship Ertogrul
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Lifeboat Station interior - Constantinople
Lifeboat Station interior - Constantinople
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KNSM shipping company
KNSM shipping company
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Canada - Newfoundland - S S Florizel at Icefields Featured Image

Canada - Newfoundland - S S Florizel at Icefields

Canada - Newfoundland - SS Florizel at Icefields - the crew boarding. A passenger liner, the Florizel was the flagship of the Bowring Brothers Red Cross Line of steamships and one of the first ships in the world specifically designed to navigate icy waters. During its last voyage, from St. John's to Halifax and on to New York, it sunk after striking a reef at Horn Head Point, Cape Race near Cappahayden, Newfoundland, Canada, with the loss of 173 lives. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Lifeboats from the Titanic
Lifeboats from the Titanic
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Appledore lifeboat, Devon
Appledore lifeboat, Devon
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Aboard a sinking ship
Aboard a sinking ship
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Captain Jerninghams Anchor-Firing Mortar, 1846
Captain Jerninghams Anchor-Firing Mortar, 1846
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Lifeboat on Roadside
Lifeboat on Roadside
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British Lifeboat C1880
British Lifeboat C1880
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Cullercoats Lifeboat
Cullercoats Lifeboat
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Lifeboat to the Rescue
Lifeboat to the Rescue
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The ship, Cospatrick in flames
The ship, Cospatrick in flames
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Lowering the Titanic life boats
Lowering the Titanic life boats
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