Bembridge Lifeboat Station

Bembridge Lifeboat Station is located at the eastern end of the Isle of Wight, adjacent to the infamous Bembridge Ledge. Founded in 1867, it has a Tamar class all-weather lifeboat, Alfred Albert Williams, and a D class inshore lifeboat, Norman Harvey.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Bembridge Lifeboat Station

3.21pm 7 November 2020
10.59am 21 October 2020
3.28pm 25 September 2020
8.15am 25 September 2020
11.17am 21 September 2020
7.58pm 19 September 2020
5.19pm 19 September 2020
11.51am 14 September 2020
12.03pm 10 September 2020
6.07pm 6 September 2020
6.01pm 6 September 2020
1.00pm 29 August 2020
4.32pm 27 August 2020
8.40pm 22 August 2020
4.40pm 22 August 2020
4.40pm 22 August 2020
10.24am 22 August 2020
3.20pm 11 August 2020
3.20pm 11 August 2020
10.45pm 4 August 2020

Today's weather

12°C Cloudy
Min: 1°C Max: 12°C
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While our lifeboat stations remain operational and are continuing to launch to those at peril at sea, they are not currently open to visitors. 

Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Bembridge Lifeboat Station
Lane End
Bembridge
Isle of Wight
PO35 5TD

Station phone number

01983 875127

Accessibility

Parking, Disabled parking, Disabled access

Visiting times

October-July
Monday-Sunday 2pm-4pm

July-late September
Monday-Sunday 11am-4pm

School holidays and half terms
Monday-Sunday 11am-4pm

Shop phone number

01983 875906

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News and media from Bembridge Lifeboat Station

Article Lifeboats
Bembridge RNLI’s All-Weather Tamar Lifeboat launched to provide safety cover
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Article People
Bembridge RNLI’s All-Weather Lifeboat medivacs a casualty on Christmas Eve
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Article Rescue
Bembridge RNLI's All-Weather Lifeboat assists a 24m trawler off Southsea
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Article Events
President of the Isle of Wight Lifeboat Board retires
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Bring the crew home safe this Christmas

Volunteer lifeboat crews are busier than ever. The risks they face are greater. The costs to keep them safe are rising. But income is falling. Can they and their families count on your kindness this Christmas?