Kessock

Kessock Lifeboat Station

Kessock is one of Scotland’s youngest lifeboat stations, operating an inshore B class Atlantic 85 lifeboat. For over 20 years the lifeboat crews have launched the lifeboats, not only to save lives at sea but also to save lives inland during flooding.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Kessock Lifeboat Station

9.16am 26 January 2021
8.12pm 2 January 2021
1.58pm 18 December 2020
9.17pm 16 October 2020
9.09pm 16 October 2020
4.17pm 3 September 2020
11.39am 3 September 2020
7.14pm 17 August 2020
4.21pm 2 August 2020
8.42pm 26 July 2020
2.35pm 5 July 2020
7.49am 4 April 2020
3.52pm 9 March 2020
11.20pm 17 February 2020
4.00pm 27 December 2019
5.45pm 26 December 2019
1.19am 13 October 2019
3.38pm 13 September 2019
1.40am 17 August 2019
1.36pm 14 July 2019

Today's weather

3°C Snow
Min: -2°C Max: 3°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

Craigton Point
North Kessock
Inverness
IV1 3YQ

Station phone number

01463 731372

Accessibility

Parking, disabled access

Visiting times

By appointment only
Don't Miss: Crew Training 6pm–9pm Monday

Visitor contact

Gary Friedman

Visitor contact phone number

01463 772812

News and media from Kessock Lifeboat Station

Article Rescue
Kessock Lifeboat launches to aid of dog in distress
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Article Crew training
Could you be a lifesaver? RNLI Kessock seeks new recruits to join the crew!
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Article Rescue
Back to back shouts for RNLI Kessock to start 2021
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Father and son: Johnny (L) and Doug (R) at Kessock Lifeboat Station
Article Heritage
Four generations of Grants serving the RNLI for 116 years
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