Gravesend Lifeboat Station

Gravesend Lifeboat Station

Gravesend is one of the RNLI’s newest lifeboat stations and one of four lifeboat stations operating on the River Thames – the first stations to specifically cover a river rather than estuarial waters or the sea.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Gravesend Lifeboat Station

11.12am 11 January 2018
11.07pm 27 December 2017
1.39am 26 December 2017
12.51pm 11 December 2017
5.43pm 8 December 2017
11.23am 8 December 2017
9.52pm 24 November 2017
10.03am 22 November 2017
1.42pm 20 November 2017
7.59am 17 November 2017
3.56pm 15 November 2017
4.09pm 11 November 2017
8.04pm 8 November 2017
8.01pm 8 November 2017
6.31pm 7 November 2017
1.13pm 2 November 2017
7.42pm 31 October 2017
2.40pm 30 October 2017
4.30pm 28 October 2017
9.23am 25 October 2017

Today's weather

6°C Rain
Min: 2°C
Max: 6°C
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Next tide

Tue 16 Jan
Low: 6:15pm 0.3m
High: 12:31am 1.7m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Gravesend Lifeboat Station
Royal Pier Road
Gravesend
Kent
DA12 2BG

Station phone number

01474 328465

Visiting times

By appointment only

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News and media from Gravesend Lifeboat Station

Gravesend RNLI assist with multi-agency medical evacuation
Emergency personel attending to the casualty in the stretcher
Article Lifeboats
Gravesend RNLI assist with multi-agency medical evacuation
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Gravesend RNLI volunteer takes part in the European Crew Exchange Program
Wayne pictured with the crew from https://www.redningsselskapet.no/english/ in Oslo, Norway.
Article International
Gravesend RNLI volunteer takes part in the European Crew Exchange Program
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RNLI warns 'Respect the Water' during ‘deadliest’ time of year in south east
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
Article Sea safety
RNLI warns 'Respect the Water' during ‘deadliest’ time of year in south east
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