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

Flamborough Lifeboat Station

Flamborough Lifeboat Station

For 122 years Flamborough launched lifeboats from two separate sites. Today, after 135 years as a lifeboat station, an inshore Atlantic 85 lifeboat operates from the South Landing site. The crew have been presented with 16 awards for gallantry.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Flamborough Lifeboat Station

2.39pm 23 July 2021
2.39pm 23 July 2021
9.49pm 15 July 2021
2.04pm 14 July 2021
1.51pm 14 July 2021
4.53pm 13 June 2021
2.36pm 6 June 2021
11.05pm 28 February 2021
2.41pm 28 February 2021
3.16pm 27 February 2021
1.20pm 28 January 2021
1.55pm 26 January 2021
2.17pm 1 January 2021
12.33pm 18 December 2020
5.30pm 6 November 2020
6.57pm 1 October 2020
1.13pm 22 September 2020
3.36pm 13 September 2020
1.23pm 31 August 2020
11.45am 27 August 2020

Today's weather

16°C Cloudy
Min: 15°C Max: 16°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Flamborough Lifeboat Station
South Sea Road
South Landing
YO15 1AE

Station phone number

01262 850947



Visiting times

Sunday 10am–3pm

Visitor contact

Capt. D Freeman

Visitor contact phone number

07770 787183

Shop hours

From Easter to mid-September

Mid-September to October

Closed November to Easter

Shop phone number

01262 850023

News and media from Flamborough Lifeboat Station

Stormy Stan leading supporters along the clifftop to Flamborough Lighthouse.
Article Fundraising
Flamborough RNLI crew and supporters go the extra miles in May
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Article Fundraising
Garforth fundraisers rewarded for two centuries of support for RNLI
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Article Fundraising
88-year-old veteran's charity walking challenge for the RNLI
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An inshore lifeboat approaching a headland
Article Rescue
Bridlington and Flamborough RNLI volunteers save two injured kayakers
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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?