Pete Callis Peter Callis moved to Dartmouth in 1999 with his wife Judy. At that time he was working as a Project Manager for British Telecom. Being a keen sailor and aviator Dartmouth was an ideal town to base the family. Through his interest in sailing he volunteered to join the RNLI in 2007 when the lifeboat station in Dartmouth was reinstated. Initially Peter was asked to create a website. He soon realised there was a shortage of shore crew and has been an active member ever since.
Peter was fortunate enough to represent the UK in micro-lighting events, both on a national and international level. He was also able to use his sailing skills to enable him to do a circumnavigation via the Panama and Suez canals in 2009 to 2011 as skipper of his own 44foot yacht Fai Tira.
Peter greatly enjoys being a member of the Dart RNLI crew.
Stuart Millard Stuart Millard joined Dart Lifeboat in 2015. He was born in East Devon, moving to Dartmouth in 2012 where he could enjoy his passion for all things watery. Stuart was a local estate agent for many years and is now a buying agent across the South West.
Starting on the Launch crew as a tractor driver, Stuart officially became a member of the lifeboat crew on 10 April 2018.
When not working, he enjoys socialising with friends, photography and being a volunteer for the Dartmouth Regatta.