The Llandudno lifeboat station has a fine record of gallantry. The volunteer lifeboat crews have undertaken hundreds of rescues, and have been saving lives at sea off the coast of North Wales since the 1860’s. This book covers the history of not only Llandudno, but also the lifeboats operated from nearby Llanddulas and neighbouring Conwy. Details of the new state-of-the-art 13m Shannon lifeboat which came to the station in 2017 are included, as well as the story behind the building of the impressive new lifeboat house. Nicholas Leach has worked with officials and volunteers at the station to produce this comprehensive and authoritative history.