Grace Darling was 22 years old when she risked her life in an open boat to help the survivors of the wrecked SS Forfarshire on 7 September 1838. With her Read more [...]
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 Northumberland 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 Northumberland activity.
Seahouses lifeboat station was established in 1827 and originally known as North Sunderland. Operates inshore and all weather lifeboats. Station open daily, shop open daily March – October and weekends Read more [...]
Newbiggin lifeboat station was established in 1851 by the Duke of Northumberland. The station now operates an inshore lifeboat. The station is only open by appointment and the shop on Read more [...]
Craster lifeboat station established in 1976 and operates an inshore lifeboat.
170-year history – Berwick-upon-Tweed lifeboat station operates both all weather and inshore lifeboats.
During its 180-year history, Blyth lifeboat station has operated both all weather and inshore lifeboats.
Amble lifeboat station history: 1842 A lifeboat station was established and the lifeboat was kept in a boathouse close to the beach. 1852 The station closed and was transferred to Read more [...]