Anstruther Lifeboat station

Anstruther Lifeboat Station

Operating for over 160 years, Anstruther Lifeboat Station now has both an all-weather lifeboat and an inshore lifeboat launching off the east coast of Fife. The crews have been awarded five Medals for gallantry.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Anstruther Lifeboat Station

2.06am 18 November 2018
2.06am 18 November 2018
2.53pm 11 October 2018
2.53pm 11 October 2018
9.52pm 8 October 2018
4.46pm 30 September 2018
4.46pm 30 September 2018
4.07pm 26 September 2018
1.14pm 24 August 2018
11.02am 22 August 2018
11.02am 22 August 2018
1.25pm 15 August 2018
1.21pm 15 August 2018
6.15am 11 August 2018
6.05am 11 August 2018
12.29pm 8 August 2018
12.25pm 8 August 2018
12.25pm 8 August 2018
10.40pm 23 July 2018
12.23pm 16 July 2018

Today's weather

11°C Cloudy
Min: 9°C Max: 11°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Anstruther Lifeboat Station
Middle Pier
Anstruther
Fife
KY10 3AB

Station phone number

01333 310526

Visiting times

By appointment only

Visitor contact

Roger Grundy

Visitor contact phone number

01333 310526

Shop hours

April–October
Monday–Sunday
11am–5pm

October–December
Saturday–Sunday
11am–5pm

Shop phone number

01333 312503

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News and media from Anstruther Lifeboat Station

New lifesaving kit for the Anstruther volunteer crew
Article Crew training
New lifesaving kit for the Anstruther volunteer crew
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Party in the Boat Shed with Award Winning Fish and Chips!
Supporters of RNLI Anstruther tuck into fish and chips in the boat shed
Article Fundraising
Party in the Boat Shed with Award Winning Fish and Chips!
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Anstruther RNLI launch in to assist fishing vessel in difficulty
Teenagers in inflatable
Article Lifeboats
Anstruther RNLI launch in to assist fishing vessel in difficulty
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A generous £5000 donation left to the RNLI in memory of Humphrey Lestocq
Article Legacies
A generous £5000 donation left to the RNLI in memory of Humphrey Lestocq
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