With a surfer in grave danger, RNLI Trearddur Bay lifeboat crew had to push themselves and their boat to the limit to save them.
They caught up with the station’s tractor driver and helm to hear their accounts of one of the most challenging rescues they’ve ever faced.
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, lifeboat crews around the UK and Ireland are ready to launch to help those in need.
Whether you’re stuck on a sinking ship, cut off by a rapidly rising tide, or in the water and close to drowning, RNLI crew members will drop everything to come to your rescue. 95% of RNLI lifeboat crews and station staff are volunteers.