Two statues have been designed to commemorate the 150 year Anniversary of the Kingsbridge and Salcombe RNLI.
The sculpture unveilings took place on Saturday 21 September, with the first in Kingsbridge and the second shortly after in Cross Gardens.
The Baltic Exchange is a longtime supporter of RNLI Salcombe, funding the Watson class lifeboat The Baltic Exchange in 1962, which was replaced by the Tyne class The Baltic Exchange II in 1988, and, most recently, the Tamar class The Baltic Exchange III in 2008.
Speaking on the event, Baltic Exchange CEO, Mark Jackson, said:
“This unveiling is a wonderful acknowledgment of the incredible work that the RNLI has done over the past 150 years. We have for many of those years proudly supported the brave men and women of the RNLI, who have, and continue to help keep seafarers safe off British shores.”