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Brighton Lifeboat Station

Brighton Lifeboat Station provides 24/7 on call search and rescue service along the Sussex coastline between Newhaven and Shoreham.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Brighton Lifeboat Station

12.34pm 20 September 2017
11.52pm 17 September 2017
3.02am 12 September 2017
12.34am 10 September 2017
6.57pm 3 September 2017
8.35am 2 September 2017
1.02am 25 August 2017
12.50am 25 August 2017
7.53am 6 August 2017
6.39pm 5 August 2017
3.47am 5 August 2017
9.13pm 4 August 2017
7.48pm 3 August 2017
2.54pm 3 August 2017
9.38pm 26 July 2017
10.12am 15 July 2017
3.32pm 11 July 2017
2.11pm 9 July 2017
6.00pm 4 July 2017
6.58pm 1 July 2017

Today's weather

18°C Cloudy
Min: 11°C
Max: 18°C
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Next tide

Thu 21 Sep
Low: 6:46am 0.7m
High: 12:52pm 6.9m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Brighton Lifeboat Station
Brighton Marina
East Sussex
BN2 5UF

Station phone number

01273 699966

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News and media from Brighton Lifeboat Station

Brighton RNLI lifeboat tasked to help baby seal
The injured seal on Brighton Beach
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Brighton RNLI lifeboat tasked to help baby seal
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RNLI warns 'Respect the Water' during ‘deadliest’ time of year in south east
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Article Sea safety
RNLI warns 'Respect the Water' during ‘deadliest’ time of year in south east
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RNLI warns 'Respect the Water' during ‘deadliest’ time of year in south east
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Article Sea safety
RNLI warns 'Respect the Water' during ‘deadliest’ time of year in south east
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More than 2,000 people in south east England* rescued by lifeboats in one year
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Article Statistics
More than 2,000 people in south east England* rescued by lifeboats in one year
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