RNLI reveal 2015 Isle of Man rescue figures
Lifeboat crews rescued 35 people from around the Isle of Man coast during 2015, the RNLI has revealed.
The charity's five stations on the island - at Douglas, Peel, Ramsey, Port St Mary and Port Erin - saw a total of 34 launches, with Douglas the busiest.
Their annual report also showed the Port St Mary lifeboat rescued the most people, helping 20 during their eight call outs.
The RNLI said crews serving the island had worked "exceptionally hard".
The RNLI operates more than 230 lifeboat stations across the British Isles and rescued 9,763 people in 2015.
Since it was founded in 1824 by Manxman Sir William Hillary, the charity's lifeboat crews and lifeguards have saved over 139,000 lives.
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