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

Exmouth Lifeboat Station

Exmouth Lifeboat Station

Established over 200 years ago, Exmouth Lifeboat Station opened a new station and boathouse in 2010, which houses a Shannon class lifeboat and an inshore D class lifeboat. The crews have been awarded 7 medals for gallantry.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Exmouth Lifeboat Station

5.04pm 21 June 2021
12.20pm 18 June 2021
12.10pm 18 June 2021
8.46pm 16 June 2021
4.49pm 3 June 2021
4.57pm 31 May 2021
7.25pm 26 May 2021
2.18pm 15 May 2021
7.35pm 1 May 2021
11.44am 27 April 2021
5.57pm 24 April 2021
11.44am 15 April 2021
11.44am 15 April 2021
9.06am 14 April 2021
1.48pm 3 April 2021
2.28pm 30 March 2021
6.19pm 27 March 2021
5.50pm 21 March 2021
3.19am 19 March 2021
2.53am 19 March 2021

Today's weather

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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Exmouth Lifeboat Station
Queens Drive

Station phone number

01395 263579


Visiting times

A Visitor Experience Centre is situated above the shop and next to the station.


Free tours

Free tours of the Lifeboat Station are available on weekends at the following times:

Summer (April to October): 10:30/11:30/12:30/13:30/14:30/15:30

Winter (November to March): 11:30/12:30/13:30/14:30

Additional tours on weekdays may be available, particularly during school holidays, subject to Tour Guide availability.

A schedule of tours is available in the Shop, located at the side of the Station.

Group tours are welcome and may be booked through the VISITS button on the website.

Shop hours



Shop phone number

01395 274890

News and media from Exmouth Lifeboat Station

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Exmouth RNLI called to rescue crew of sinking fishing vessel
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Article Fundraising
Exmouth RNLI report successful Mayday Mile Campaign
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Article People
Exmouth RNLI awarded Certificate of Appreciation
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