David Stogden MBE (MRI 42), originally RNLB ON 1091
|Operators:||Royal National Lifeboat Institution|
|Length:||39 ft 6 in (12.04 m)|
|Beam:||14 ft 5 in (4.39 m)|
|Speed:||28 knots (32 mph)|
The Medina-class lifeboat was a prototype Rigid Inflatable Boat that was considered by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution of the United Kingdom and Ireland in 1980s. It was based on the design of the B-class (Atlantic 21) lifeboats.
The first two boats were funded by The Romsey Trust after an appeal from Lord Mountbatten in 1979. The third boat was funded by the RNLI.
|1069||Mountbatten of Burma||1980|| Brighton
| 212 hp Sabre engines
300 hp Perkins engines (re-engined 2010)
| Sold 1989. Renamed Swanage Diver|
|1072||Countess Mountbatten of Burma||1981|| Redcar
|330 hp Caterpiller engines||Sold 1989. Renamed Cheetah|
|1091||(Unnamed)||1984||RNLI Depot, Poole||285 hp Caterpiller engines|| Sold 1989. At various times, named Fury III and Mountbatten Venturer.|
Sold 2000. Renamed David Stogden MBE (MRI 42)