RNLI shops, museums and the College will open as Government guidance allows. Lifeboat stations remain operational but are not open to visitors.

A85 (B-882) David Bradley at Lymington lifeboat station

Lymington Lifeboat Station

For over 50 years an inshore lifeboat at Lymington has covered an area of the western Solent. Six awards have been presented to members of the lifeboat crew for gallantry.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Lymington Lifeboat Station

7.22pm 24 July 2021
1.14pm 23 July 2021
11.51am 1 July 2021
10.16pm 31 May 2021
6.13pm 31 May 2021
11.11am 31 May 2021
5.26pm 19 May 2021
8.09pm 14 May 2021
12.16am 13 May 2021
6.45pm 16 March 2021
7.05pm 8 March 2021
1.17pm 26 February 2021
11.37pm 29 January 2021
12.07pm 16 January 2021
5.55pm 3 January 2021
12.59pm 3 January 2021
4.41pm 2 January 2021
8.17pm 10 November 2020
9.48pm 4 November 2020
10.34am 31 October 2020

Today's weather

17°C Rain
Min: 8°C Max: 17°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Lymington Lifeboat Station
Bath Road
Lymington
SO41 3SE

Station phone number

01590 675894

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking

Visiting times

7pm–9pm Monday or by appointment

Visitor contact

Nick Hayward

Visitor contact phone number

07738 855369

Shop hours

Closed Jan-Feb

Mid March-Mid May
Tues-Sundays and Bank Holidays
12pm-4pm

Mid May-Late Oct
12pm-5pm 

Late Oct-Mid Dec
12pm-4pm

Refer to LymingtonLifeboat.co.uk for specific date details.

 

News and media from Lymington Lifeboat Station

Lifeboat rescue
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Lymington RNLI assist with a medical emergency.
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Jet ski
Article Rescue
Three calls in one day for the Lymington crew.
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Lifeboat towing
Article Rescue
Lymington RNLI assists speedboat in difficulty in the Solent.
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Lifeboat during rescue
Article Rescue
Lymington RNLI late night rescue of four people from a stricken vessel.
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Will you answer our Mayday call?

RNLI lifesavers are used to answering emergency calls, but today they’re putting out a call of their own. Your kind donation could help them carry on saving lives during their busiest time. Will you answer that call?