We’re headed to the pretty seaside town of Bembridge now with its lifeboat station.
Bembridge is claimed to be the largest village in England, with a population of approximately 4,000 residents.
The new Bembridge Lifeboat station stands offshore and was built in 2010.
The natural timber building is an iconic sight and one of the most photographed structures on the Isle of Wight in recent years.
As we head across the bridge to the lifeboat station we can see lots of cute little beach huts in primary colours on the shore front.
The shiny Alfred Albert Williams lifeboat takes pride of place in the new lifeboat station.
While salty sea dog heroes of the past keep a careful watch over the new recruits.
The sea is incredibly clear and a beautiful colour for an English coastline.
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