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The university has been a partner in Foghorn Requiem since the beginning and has assisted with testing the shipshorns and specialist technology devised for the project.Based in Blyth, the RV Princess Royal is a 19m aluminium catamaran built by Blyth-based Alnmaritec and is skippered by Neil Armstrong who comes from several generations of fishermen.
She was sold out of service in 1982, and is now used as an angling boat berthed at Royal Quays.
The Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authority from the Humber to the Tyne (which includes Souter Lighthouse), North Eastern IFCA contributes to the Foghorn Requiem with the North Eastern Guardian III, a purpose built patrol and research vessel equipped for acoustic ground discrimination, sub-sea surveying and biological habitat assessment She will be travelling from the port of Whitby. built by Sussex S B Co., Shoreham, Yard No 105, in 1951. Annes from April 1951 until March 1978, where she took part in 78 service launches.
She saved 35 lives at Lytham until she was transferred to the Relief Fleet where she worked between 1978-1982.
Oswald, a 21m steel mono-hulled patrol vessel built at the Hepworth Shipyard, Hull in 2001. Oswald is used to carry out inspections at sea between its base at Royal Quays in the Tyne and Scotland.24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service and seasonal lifeguard services across the UK including North-East bases at Tynemouth, Sunderland, Cullercoats, Blyth, Newbiggin, Berwick, Seahouses, Craster, Amble, Hartlepool, Redcar bases.
The Tynemouth RNLI brings the RNLB Spirit of Northumberland to the Foghorn Requiem ﬂotilla, a Severn- class lifeboat and the largest in the RNLI ﬂeet.
The ship also has four bars, four restaurants, two shops, a casino, cinema and Kids’ Club on board.