Whitstable lifeboat station was established in 1963 and operates an inshore lifeboat. Station is open Sat and Sun mornings, Fri in the summer, and other times by appointment.
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.
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Walmer lifeboat station was established by the RNLI in 1856 and operates two inshore boats. Walmer lifeboat was one of 19 lifeboats that took part in the evacuation of the Read more [...]
Sheerness lifeboat station was established in 1969 and operates inshore and all weather lifeboats. Station is open by appointment only, no shop.
Ramsgate lifeboat station is one of the oldest in England established in 1802 and now the station operates two lifeboats, an inshore and all-weather (offshore).
Margate lifeboat station was established in 1860 and now operates inshore and all weather lifeboats. Station is open by apointment only.
Littlestone-On-Sea lifeboat station established in 1966 although a station has been in the area since the 1860s but was known as New Romney. Littlestone-On-Sea now operates an inshore lifeboat. Station Read more [...]
Gravesend lifeboat station is one of the newest, established in 2001 to provide lifeboat cover specifically covering river Thames rather than the estuarial waters.
Dover’s lifeboat has had several different locations over the years. The first lifeboat station was under the clock tower at the Prince of Wales Pier. Now sits beside a new Read more [...]
Dungeness lifeboat station was established in 1826 and now operates a carriage launched lifeboat. Limited opening times.