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.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Humber Lifeboat Station

2.01am 4 December 2020
2.14pm 18 November 2020
5.42am 9 November 2020
10.56am 3 November 2020
10.56am 3 November 2020
9.09pm 20 October 2020
9.18am 31 August 2020
12.34pm 26 August 2020
9.05am 24 August 2020
1.32pm 10 August 2020
5.54pm 3 August 2020
5.54pm 3 August 2020
9.09pm 2 August 2020
1.08pm 31 July 2020
3.09am 31 July 2020
5.30pm 24 July 2020
5.30pm 24 July 2020
11.24pm 23 July 2020
1.36am 21 July 2020
3.28pm 13 July 2020

Today's weather

6°C Rain
Min: 3°C Max: 6°C
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While our lifeboat stations remain operational and are continuing to launch to those at peril at sea, they are not currently open to visitors. 

Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Humber Lifeboat Station
Spurn Point
HU12 0UG

Station phone number

01964 650228

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News and media from Humber Lifeboat Station

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