Rhyl’s lifeboat station is officially the busiest in Wales. Over the summer, RNLI volunteers were called out 76 times – more than double the number of incidents last year. The inshore lifeboat was launched 58 times – compared with 24 in 2012.
This summer’s weather has been by and large warm, dry and settled – but with callouts also on the rise across the rest of Wales, are the public taking too many risks out at sea? Do you agree with the RNLI’s claim that confusion over revamped access to Rhyl Harbour has led to more rescue operations?
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