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

Falmouth lifeboat station

Falmouth Lifeboat Station

The current boathouse was opened in 1994 and houses the B class Atlantic 85 inshore lifeboat Robina Nixon Chard. The station is the busiest in Cornwall and also operates a Severn class all-weather lifeboat Richard Cox Scott.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Falmouth Lifeboat Station

6.18pm 24 July 2021
5.28pm 23 July 2021
1.25pm 20 July 2021
9.52am 16 July 2021
2.06pm 13 July 2021
11.19am 12 July 2021
4.33pm 11 July 2021
9.29pm 8 July 2021
4.21pm 1 July 2021
6.19pm 29 June 2021
6.47pm 24 June 2021
6.21pm 22 June 2021
6.10pm 22 June 2021
2.39pm 22 June 2021
1.29pm 22 June 2021
5.26pm 19 June 2021
3.48pm 18 June 2021
12.46pm 18 June 2021
12.55pm 17 June 2021
12.55pm 17 June 2021

Today's weather

20°C Rain
Min: 15°C Max: 20°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Falmouth Lifeboat Station
Tinners Walk
Port Pendennis
Falmouth
Cornwall
TR11 3XZ

Station phone number

01326 318375

Visiting times

Easter–31 October
Monday–Friday 11am – 4pm
Saturday 11am – 1pm

Visitor contact phone number

01326 210844

Shop hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday:

10am - 4.00pm

Tuesday: 11.00am - 4.00pm

The shop will be closed from 12.45 - 1.15pm each day for cleaning.

Shop phone number

01326 210844

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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?