Newquay Lifeboat Station

Newquay Lifeboat Station

Newquay Lifeboat Station operated an all-weather lifeboat for nearly 80 years until it closed in 1945. The station re-opened again in 1965. The crews have been received several awards for gallantry and now operate two inshore lifeboats.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Newquay Lifeboat Station

5.05pm 16 November 2016
5.04pm 16 November 2016
1.54pm 4 November 2016
3.54pm 29 October 2016
1.48pm 27 October 2016
1.41pm 27 October 2016
4.30pm 2 October 2016
6.32pm 1 October 2016
6.24pm 1 October 2016
1.35pm 28 September 2016
1.24pm 28 September 2016
4.29am 18 September 2016
4.20am 18 September 2016
3.32am 11 September 2016
3.35pm 29 August 2016
5.22pm 19 August 2016
12.35pm 16 August 2016
5.44pm 9 August 2016
5.43pm 9 August 2016
5.42pm 9 August 2016

Today's weather

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Next tide

Mon 5 Dec
Low: 2:44pm 2.0m
High: 8:42pm 5.9m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Newquay Lifeboat Station
Newquay Harbour
South Quay Hill
Newquay
Cornwall
TR7 1HR

Station phone number

01637 873846

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking

Visiting times

May–September
9am–5pm

Visitor contact

Gareth Horner

Visitor contact phone number

07785 593230

Shop hours

April–October
Monday–Sunday 11am–3pm

Shop phone number

01637 852496

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News and media from Newquay Lifeboat Station

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