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

RNLI Blackpool Lifeboat Station

Blackpool Lifeboat Station

Blackpool Lifeboat Station is situated on the Central Promenade, just south of Blackpool Tower. It’s one of only two RNLI stations to house three inshore lifeboats – an Atlantic 85 and two D class lifeboats.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Blackpool Lifeboat Station

4.43pm 23 July 2021
4.43pm 23 July 2021
6.44pm 20 July 2021
10.53pm 19 July 2021
5.18pm 19 July 2021
5.18pm 19 July 2021
4.30pm 18 July 2021
2.11pm 17 July 2021
6.16am 17 July 2021
3.54pm 13 July 2021
1.56pm 11 July 2021
8.19pm 8 July 2021
11.26pm 7 July 2021
11.26pm 7 July 2021
2.30am 5 July 2021
1.02am 4 July 2021
11.26pm 2 July 2021
11.01pm 27 June 2021
7.30am 26 June 2021
8.24pm 25 June 2021

Today's weather

17°C Rain
Min: 14°C Max: 17°C
Get a 5-day forecast

Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Blackpool Lifeboat Station
Central Promenade

Station phone number

01253 620424


Disabled access

Visiting times

Blackpool Lifeboat Station’s visitor centre and shop opening times are listed below:

Monday–Sunday 10am–4pm

Saturday-Sunday 10am-4pm

Visitor contact

Brenda Warburton

Visitor contact telephone number

01253 620424

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News and media from Blackpool Lifeboat Station

D class lifeboat in foreground and busy beach in the background
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Blackpool RNLI volunteers save young person during busy bank holiday
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Young Henry’s fundraising adventures for RNLI
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View from the Shannon class lifeboat whilst out on the search, with Norbreck Castle Hotel in the background
Article Rescue
Fleetwood RNLI trainees involved in major search
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Article Beach safety
Charity urges public to be vigilant of high spring tides this weekend
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Will you answer our Mayday call?

RNLI lifesavers are used to answering emergency calls, but today they’re putting out a call of their own. Your kind donation could help them carry on saving lives during their busiest time. Will you answer that call?