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RNLI Humber Lifeboat Station

Humber Lifeboat Station

Established in 1810, Humber is the only lifeboat station with a full-time crew and it has carried out some outstanding rescues during its 200-year history. The crews have been awarded 33 medals for gallantry.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent lifeboat launches from Humber Lifeboat Station

4.30pm 14 May 2023
8.10am 5 May 2023
4.24am 28 April 2023
10.56am 17 April 2023
2.48pm 27 March 2023
6.47pm 20 March 2023
8.32am 19 March 2023
12.41pm 8 March 2023
5.46am 1 March 2023
2.05pm 28 January 2023
10.32am 28 January 2023
1.07pm 8 January 2023
9.04pm 15 December 2022
6.10pm 23 October 2022
3.31am 28 September 2022
4.45pm 20 September 2022
12.58pm 5 September 2022
5.43pm 26 August 2022
6.06pm 20 August 2022
12.12pm 20 August 2022

Today's weather

15°C Rain
Min: 8°C Max: 15°C
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Donate to help run our lifeboat station in Humber. Covid has heavily impacted our usual fundraising but our crews remain busy saving lives at sea.

Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Humber Lifeboat Station
Wharncliffe Road N
DN31 3QF

Station phone number

01964 650228

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News and media from Humber Lifeboat Station

Community gathered with choir in an ambient lit Cathedral.
Article Events
Concert will mark RNLI 200th anniversary at Wakefield Cathedral
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Article Heritage
Whitby RNLI crew Jamie White features in RNLI podcast about family history.
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Article Rescue
RNLI Skegness and Humber launch to vessel in distress off Skegness
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Article Sea safety
Humber RNLI exercise with former round-the-world yacht in Humber Estuary
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