RNLI Cromer Lifeboat Station

Cromer Lifeboat Station

Established in 1804, Cromer Lifeboat Station has been awarded 56 medals for gallantry during its remarkable history. Today the station operates both a Tamar and a D class lifeboat, and celebrates the heroic Coxswain Henry Blogg.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Cromer Lifeboat Station

10.02am 27 March 2021
5.05pm 23 February 2021
12.07pm 15 December 2020
8.29pm 6 November 2020
2.20pm 22 September 2020
2.20pm 22 September 2020
10.08pm 17 September 2020
2.13pm 13 September 2020
9.27am 4 September 2020
8.42am 21 August 2020
8.48pm 12 August 2020
12.05pm 11 August 2020
11.54pm 9 August 2020
10.14pm 31 July 2020
4.16pm 22 July 2020
4.16pm 22 July 2020
8.00pm 21 July 2020
5.30pm 5 July 2020
4.11pm 24 June 2020
10.12am 11 March 2020

Today's weather

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Min: 5°C Max: 7°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

Cromer Lifeboat Station 
Cromer Pier
The Esplanade
NR27 9HE

Station phone number

01263 512237

Visiting times

Monday–Sunday  10.30am–4.30pm
Saturday–Sunday  10.30am–4.30pm

News and media from Cromer Lifeboat Station

Tamar painting
Article Fundraising
‘Lester’ painting donated to RNLI Cromer
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Emma Tuck, shore crew at RNLI Cromer
Article Crew training
Two shore crew at RNLI Cromer pass plans
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Article Rescue
Three Norfolk RNLI stations join forces on overnight tow of stricken yacht
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The cyclists at RNLI Cromer inshore boat house.
Article Fundraising
The Laden Lifeboat Lasses raise money for RNLI
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