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Launch a Memory keepsakes

You can now purchase a lifesaving keepsake to commemorate the special person you’ve remembered on the Invergordon Shannon class lifeboat. From mugs to cushions through to photo frames, these keepsakes are a great way to keep the memory of the person you miss close to home. 

Design-wise, you can choose the individual letter or number that your loved one’s name is in, the full lifeboat decal, or a picture of the Invergordon lifeboat itself.

30% of the profit of sales will go into the RNLI general funds. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee you will see your loved one’s name in every image or product as the writing may be too small. But their name will be in there, along with the names of others who are fondly remembered every day – and whose memory launches to the rescue every time Invergordon lifeboat crew are needed at sea.

Choose from 2 pictures in our Launch a Memory collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with RNLI Prints.


Invergordon Lifeboat RNLI 13-37 arriving at her new permanent home Featured Launch a Memory Print

Invergordon Lifeboat RNLI 13-37 arriving at her new permanent home

Five of the stations volunteer crew, with a combined service to the RNLI of over 125 years, sailed her into Invergordon at 1:37pm on 1st Nov 2020 to match the vessels number 13-37, depicting the 13m of the vessel length and 37 indicating the 37th Shannon class lifeboat built.
Arriving in the Cromarty Firth for the first time, the Shannon was escorted by the stations current all-weather Trent class lifeboat "Douglas Aikman Smith" carried a slow pass of the towns waterfront with the Trent leading the way to her new berth in the town's West Harbour with water canon display from the local Global Energy Group tug "Strathdee"