Rock Lifeboat Station

Rock Lifeboat Station

Situated on the Camel estuary, the RNLI has operated a lifeboat station at Rock since 1988. Today’s D class lifeboat is a re-engineered and updated version of the original D class.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Rock Lifeboat Station

3.57pm 15 November 2016
8.10pm 6 November 2016
9.39am 2 October 2016
9.39am 2 October 2016
8.42am 21 September 2016
11.10am 13 September 2016
10.42am 4 September 2016
4.08pm 1 September 2016
4.50pm 31 August 2016
8.59pm 30 August 2016
12.49pm 28 August 2016
7.41am 16 August 2016
5.14am 8 July 2016

Today's weather

12°C Rain
Min: 6°C
Max: 12°C
Get a 5-day forecast

Next tide

Sun 26 Feb
High: 4:59am 6.9m
Low: 11:23am 0.9m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Rock Lifeboat Station
The Dinghy Park
Ferry Point
Rock
Cornwall
PL27 6LD

Station phone number

01208 863033

Visiting times

Summer–11am–4pm daily
Winter–by appointment only

Visitor contact

Bryan Bartlett

Visitor contact phone number

01208 862314

Shop hours

24 March–30 June
Monday–Sunday
11am–4pm

July–September
Monday–Sunday
11am–5pm

October
Monday–Sunday
11am–4.30pm

November
Monday–Sunday
11am–4.00pm

December
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
11am-4pm

Shop phone number

01208 869432

News and media from Rock Lifeboat Station

Rock and Padstow RNLI accept donation in memory of local man
Article RNLI People
Rock and Padstow RNLI accept donation in memory of local man
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Padstow and Rock RNLI lifeboats carry out shoreline search
Article Sea safety
Padstow and Rock RNLI lifeboats carry out shoreline search
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Respect the Water Video News Feature 2016
RNLI placeholder image: a grey background with a darker grey RNLI LIfeboats logo in the centre
Video Beach safety
Respect the Water Video News Feature 2016
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Father whose son was lost at sea warns others to Respect the Water
RNLI placeholder image: a grey background with a darker grey RNLI LIfeboats logo in the centre
Article Beach safety
Father whose son was lost at sea warns others to Respect the Water
Read more