Wragby Brownies and Guides were some of 100 members from the County of Lincolnshire North who had a sleep-over at The Deep in Hull.
They took along their pack-up teas and where treated to see all the marine life once the centre was closed to the public and bedtime was sleeping on the floors of the corridors by the fish tanks.
And staying on the watery theme, the Rainbows, Brownies and Guides met at the Community rooms at the Fire Station to hear about the work of the RNLI.
All the girls are taking part in a National Challenge Badge called “The Fastnet Challenge”. and they have chosen to learn about the work of the Life Boats.
RNLI volunteer Margaret Smith went long armed with many visual aids and safety clothes to try on, and gave a very interesting talk.
The girls also stuck coins onto printed wellies and raised £96.57 as a donation to the RNLI, which they were told would provide two pairs of wellies and one pair of protective gloves.