RNLI Selsey Lifeboat Station

Selsey Lifeboat Station

A brand new lifeboat station has been built at Selsey, ready to accommodate the Shannon which will replace the station’s Tyne class all-weather lifeboat. Selsey lifeboat volunteers have been saving lives at sea since 1861 and crews have received 10 awards for gallantry.
Sennen Cove lifeboat station

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Selsey Lifeboat Station

10.34am 10 April 2018
10.15am 10 April 2018
3.06pm 4 April 2018
2.47pm 4 April 2018
6.04pm 31 March 2018
10.14pm 26 March 2018
3.29pm 24 March 2018
12.42am 18 February 2018
8.19pm 4 November 2017
3.52pm 27 October 2017
11.31am 26 October 2017
11.31am 26 October 2017
6.48pm 21 October 2017
1.45pm 21 October 2017
7.28pm 17 October 2017
1.17pm 7 October 2017
12.57pm 7 October 2017
2.21pm 8 September 2017
5.14pm 6 September 2017
3.35pm 9 August 2017

Today's weather

18°C Rain
Min: 15°C
Max: 18°C
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Next tide

Fri 25 May
High: 9.25am 1.4m
Low: 3.07pm 0.4m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Selsey Lifeboat Station 
The Boathouse 
Kingsway 
Selsey 
West Sussex
PO20 0DL 

Station phone number

01243 602833

Accessibility

Parking

Visiting times

Daily from 10.30am to 4pm  (subject to operational requirements)

Shop hours

Daily from 10.30am to 4pm

Shop phone number

01243 605 326

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News and media from Selsey Lifeboat Station

RNLI says 'floating' campaign has saved lives in the South East
Float for Your Life
Article Sea safety
RNLI says 'floating' campaign has saved lives in the South East
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Selsey crew represent the RNLI at the Checkatrade Trophy final
Max and Richard waiting for the trophy
Article RNLI People
Selsey crew represent the RNLI at the Checkatrade Trophy final
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£5,800 presented to Selsey RNLI from calendar sales.
Station mechanic Phil Pitham accepts the cheque from Roy
Article RNLI People
£5,800 presented to Selsey RNLI from calendar sales.
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Selsey RNLI lifeboats assist yacht aground.
Inshore lifeboat towing the casualty vessel towards the all-weather lifeboat
Article Rescues
Selsey RNLI lifeboats assist yacht aground.
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