Hayling Lifeboat station

Hayling Island Lifeboat Station

Established in 1865, Hayling Island Lifeboat Station carries out rescues in the eastern end of the Solent and operates two inshore lifeboats. The crews have been presented with 30 awards for gallantry during their history of lifesaving.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Hayling Island Lifeboat Station

2.48am 7 August 2022
8.16pm 6 August 2022
8.20am 5 August 2022
4.28pm 30 July 2022
4.07pm 23 July 2022
12.51pm 23 July 2022
6.02am 21 July 2022
4.45pm 18 July 2022
6.46pm 17 July 2022
3.11pm 17 July 2022
11.57am 16 July 2022
6.56pm 12 July 2022
1.29pm 9 July 2022
3.26pm 8 July 2022
4.55pm 7 July 2022
5.31pm 2 July 2022
6.49pm 18 June 2022
9.13pm 17 June 2022
11.01am 10 June 2022
4.49pm 4 June 2022

Today's weather

26°C Sunshine
Min: 17°C Max: 26°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Hayling Island Lifeboat Station
Bracklesham Road
Hayling Island
Hampshire
PO11 9SJ

Station phone number

02392 465641

Visiting times

Wednesday 7.30pm-9pm
Sunday 10.30am-12pm

News and media from Hayling Island Lifeboat Station

The seven crew members who were presented with awards. Left to right: Eleanor Briggs, Thomas Lincoln, Daniel Macpherson, Sharon Swan, Jack Anson, Andrew Ferguson, Lloyd Pepperell.
Article Rescue
Awards for courage for Hayling Island RNLI volunteers who saved three lives
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Six of the seven crew members due to receive the awards
Article Lifeboats
Hayling Island RNLI lifeboat crew to receive awards for courage this weekend
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Photo of a crew member in kit taking part in a previous year's run.
Article Fundraising
Help the RNLI save lives at sea in the Dorset and Hampshire Reindeer Run
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Pictured at the lifeboat station at Hayling Island: (left to right) Sharon Swan, Lloyd Pepperell, Andrew Ferguson, Daniel Macpherson, Jack Anson, Thomas Lincoln
Article Rescue
Seven Hayling Island RNLI volunteers to receive awards for saving three lives
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