Morecambe Lifeboat Station

Morecambe Lifeboat Station

Celebrating 50 years as a lifeboat station, Morecambe has been presented with 11 awards for gallantry. The first RNLI rescue hovercraft was placed on service in 2002 and is now one of only four stations operating a hovercraft alongside conventional lifeboats.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Morecambe Lifeboat Station

1.37pm 6 September 2017
5.39pm 9 July 2017
3.09pm 26 April 2017
10.21am 7 December 2016
10.21am 7 December 2016
10.17am 7 December 2016
10.16am 7 December 2016
10.08am 7 December 2016

Today's weather

14°C Rain
Min: 11°C
Max: 14°C
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Next tide

Wed 22 Nov
Low: 7:42pm 2.2m
High: 1:33am 8.7m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Morecambe Lifeboat Station
Marine Road Central
Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 5BY

Station phone number

01524 410317

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking

Visiting times

By appointment only

Shop hours

January–Easter
Saturday–Sunday
11am–3pm

Easter–October
Monday–Sunday
10am–4pm

Christmas
Saturday–Sunday
11am–3pm
(unless Christmas/Boxing Day)

Shop phone number

01524 831179

News and media from Morecambe Lifeboat Station

Halton Fish and Chip Shop launches campaign to raise funds for Morecambe RNLI
Morecambe lifeboat crew members James Donnell and Steve Wilson with Matthew Black and Brett Coulton
Article RNLI People
Halton Fish and Chip Shop launches campaign to raise funds for Morecambe RNLI
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Morecambe’s volunteer RNLI lifeboat crew respond to incident on River Lune
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Article RNLI People
Morecambe’s volunteer RNLI lifeboat crew respond to incident on River Lune
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'Respect the Water' during busiest time of year at north of England coast
Article Sea safety
'Respect the Water' during busiest time of year at north of England coast
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North coastal safety: ‘fight your instincts, not the water’ to help survive
Article Sea safety
North coastal safety: ‘fight your instincts, not the water’ to help survive
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