RNLI shops, museums and the College will open as Government guidance allows. Lifeboat stations remain operational but are not open to visitors.

RNLI Aberdeen Lifeboat Station

Aberdeen Lifeboat Station

Operating from the heart of Europe’s oil capital, Aberdeen’s Severn class all weather lifeboat and D class inshore lifeboat are always ready to respond to anyone in difficulty on or off the Granite City’s shores.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Aberdeen Lifeboat Station

8.59pm 20 July 2021
5.11am 6 July 2021
5.11am 6 July 2021
5.11am 6 July 2021
5.04am 6 July 2021
5.04am 6 July 2021
11.43am 10 June 2021
2.51pm 15 May 2021
2.51pm 15 May 2021
9.27pm 23 April 2021
7.10pm 25 March 2021
4.00pm 13 March 2021
3.53pm 13 March 2021
8.54am 4 March 2021
3.02pm 28 February 2021
3.30pm 24 February 2021
9.25am 21 February 2021
9.25am 21 February 2021
8.56pm 18 February 2021
8.47pm 18 February 2021

Today's weather

16°C Cloudy
Min: 12°C Max: 16°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Aberdeen Lifeboat Station 
Victoria Dock Entrance
Waterloo Quay
AB11 5DF

Station phone number

01224 591658

Station opening times

No access to the public. Secure industrial harbour area. Visit by appointment only. 

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