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@RNLI: The Rear Admiral said the Tyne class was ‘the possible tool for the job’, adding: ‘You see before you the latest example of our wares which live up to our traditions of excellence, ingenuity, practicality, ruggedness and, if I may call it such, “with-itness”.’ https://t.co/m2evP1Jsol

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@RNLI: Selsey’s Tyne was named ‘City of London’, after an appeal set up by the Lord Mayor of London. At the naming ceremony, the then RNLI Director Rear Admiral WJ Graham, said the compact but powerful Tyne was ‘Very much a quart in a pint pot’. https://t.co/VnvMqtQhV3

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