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

Paul Frost MBE

Rhyl Lifeboat Station

Established in 1852, Rhyl Lifeboat Station is one of the busiest stations in Wales. The new boathouse was completed in 2001 and houses both an all-weather and an inshore lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Rhyl Lifeboat Station

1.25pm 25 July 2021
2.23am 15 July 2021
1.55pm 1 July 2021
1.51am 30 June 2021
1.51am 30 June 2021
2.28pm 26 June 2021
2.00pm 26 June 2021
10.30am 26 June 2021
2.23pm 23 June 2021
6.42pm 22 June 2021
6.36pm 22 June 2021
5.31pm 19 June 2021
3.41pm 19 June 2021
3.01pm 13 June 2021
2.56pm 13 June 2021
10.34am 13 June 2021
11.07pm 9 June 2021
10.21pm 9 June 2021
9.28am 9 June 2021
9.27am 9 June 2021

Today's weather

18°C Rain
Min: 14°C Max: 18°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Rhyl Lifeboat Station
Lower East Parade
Rhyl
Denbighshire
LL18 3YP

Station phone number

01745 344040

Accessibility

Parking
Disabled parking
Disabled access on the boathouse ground floor, but not to gallery level. Cars may park alongside the boathouse if visiting the station. There is a large pay-and-display car park within 200m.

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