Rye Harbour has had a lifeboat station since the start of the 1800s. Now operates an inshore lifeboat. Limited station opening.
As anyone who visits the coast a lot understands the RNLI provides a much-needed service that nobody ever wants to make a call on. Our Lifeboat category brings all Coast Radar’s listings related to Lifeboats and their stations together, with many opening to the public or offering fundraising shops.
Finding the best things to see and do on a East Sussex day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the Lifeboat links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next East Sussex activity.
Newhaven had its first lifeboat in 1803 and today operates an offshore ifeboat. Lifeboat station open by apointment and the shop is open all but Mondays.
Hastings lifeboat station was established in 1858, although earlier lifeboats were around before RNLI.
Eastbourne lifeboat station was established in 1822. RNLI shop but station visits by appointment only.
Brighton Lifeboat station gives 24.7 search and rescue services between Newhaven and Shoreham on the Sussex coast. The crews that man the lifeboat station and the boats are varied with Read more [...]