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

2.46am 28 January 2023
6.02am 27 January 2023
6.20pm 13 January 2023
4.24pm 6 January 2023
7.08pm 5 January 2023
4.13pm 28 December 2022
5.33pm 21 December 2022
1.03pm 11 December 2022
7.47pm 8 December 2022
2.11pm 12 November 2022
12.18am 16 October 2022
11.36am 25 September 2022
5.40pm 18 September 2022
10.36pm 15 September 2022
2.12am 11 September 2022
10.53am 5 September 2022
3.43pm 4 September 2022
1.34pm 1 September 2022
9.17pm 31 August 2022
4.41pm 27 August 2022

Today's weather

4°C Rain
Min: 2°C Max: 4°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Craigton Point
North Kessock

Station phone number

01463 731372


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

Jane can be seen stood in front of the Atlantic 85 lifeboat
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RNLI volunteer celebrates Christmas as the first female helm for Kessock RNLI
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Four volunteer crew members from Kessock RNLI during the event
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Invergordon and Kessock RNLI join forces to present Pride of Scotland
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Kessock Lifeboat crew moves quickly to secure drifting motor vessel
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