RNLI Mudeford Lifeboat Station

Mudeford Lifeboat Station

Operating from a modern boathouse on Mudeford Quay, the B class inshore lifeboat carries out approximately 60 rescues each year. There has been a lifeboat stationed at Mudeford since 1963.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Mudeford Lifeboat Station

12.07pm 24 November 2019
6.33pm 30 September 2019
12.20pm 30 September 2019
11.30am 28 September 2019
11.05pm 17 September 2019
3.27pm 4 September 2019
11.23am 30 August 2019
5.37pm 29 August 2019
2.21pm 24 August 2019
3.36pm 20 August 2019
3.16pm 18 August 2019
5.47pm 4 August 2019
6.35pm 30 July 2019
6.16pm 26 July 2019
4.54pm 26 July 2019
6.42pm 19 July 2019
6.39pm 13 July 2019
6.55pm 8 July 2019
3.06pm 8 July 2019
9.50am 3 July 2019

Today's weather

12°C Rain
Min: 6°C Max: 12°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Mudeford Lifeboat Station
Mudeford Quay
Christchurch
Dorset
BH23 4AB

Station phone number

01425 276604

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking, disabled access

Visiting times

During crew training - check schedule on display in boathouse notice board or contact Richard Stride.

Visitor contact

Richard Stride

Visitor contact phone number

07798 698365

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