Hoylake Lifeboat Station

Hoylake Lifeboat Station

Established in 1803, Hoylake is one of the oldest lifeboat stations in the UK, although its boathouse and Shannon class lifeboat are state-of-the-art. It covers Liverpool Bay and the approaches to the River Mersey and River Dee.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Hoylake Lifeboat Station

7.16pm 19 November 2016
2.29pm 19 September 2016
4.45am 27 July 2016
1.21pm 10 July 2016
1.20pm 10 July 2016
9.59am 29 June 2016

Today's weather

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Next tide

Mon 5 Dec
High: 2:38pm 8.8m
Low: 9:15pm 2.5m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Hoylake Lifeboat Station
North Parade
Hoylake
Wirral
CH47 3AL

Station phone number

0151 632 2103

Accessibility

Disabled parking

Visiting times

Monday-Friday 10am-3pm

Sunday 10am-3pm

Visitor contact

Brian Jordan

Visitor contact phone number

07786 737 671

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News and media from Hoylake Lifeboat Station

Hoylake RNLI Lifeboat assists crew transfer vessel with engine problems.
Hoylake lifeboat towing the casualty Dalby Humber at night.
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Hoylake RNLI Lifeboat assists crew transfer vessel with engine problems.
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Hoylake lifeboat assists wind farm crew transfer vessel
Hoylake Lifeboat was tasked to the aid of a windfarm crew transfer vessel that had lost propulsion. The vessel was put under tow and brought through Liverpool's Langton Lock and put alongside in the Canada Dock.
Video Lifeboats
Hoylake lifeboat assists wind farm crew transfer vessel
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Dive boat and crew towed to safety by Hoylake lifeboat.
Article Lifeboats
Dive boat and crew towed to safety by Hoylake lifeboat.
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Long-serving Hoylake RNLI Lifeboat volunteer presented with British Empire Medal
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Long-serving Hoylake RNLI Lifeboat volunteer presented with British Empire Medal
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