Sheerness Lifeboat Station

Sheerness Lifeboat Station

Operating from within the old naval port of Sheerness, the lifeboat station operates both a D class inshore lifeboat and a Trent class all-weather lifeboat. Four medals for gallantry have been awarded to the station.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Sheerness Lifeboat Station

3.27pm 21 February 2021
5.23pm 6 February 2021
8.39am 24 January 2021
10.48pm 19 January 2021
3.31pm 16 January 2021
5.54pm 8 January 2021
9.51am 5 January 2021
9.44pm 4 January 2021
10.46am 2 January 2021
9.49am 1 January 2021
4.04am 7 December 2020
9.05am 1 December 2020
3.26pm 28 November 2020
3.43pm 8 November 2020
7.44pm 1 November 2020
7.38pm 1 November 2020
4.43am 26 October 2020
11.54am 18 October 2020
12.32pm 15 October 2020
8.59am 11 October 2020

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While our lifeboat stations remain operational and are continuing to launch to those at peril at sea, they are not currently open to visitors. 

Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Sheerness Lifeboat Station
Sheerness Docks
Garrison Point
Sheerness
Kent
ME12 1RS

Station phone number

01795 664868

Accessibility

Parking

Visiting times

Please contact the station to arrange a visit.

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News and media from Sheerness Lifeboat Station

Just some of the prizes in Annette Poppy's Christmas raffle.
Article Fundraising
Christmas fundraisers benefit the Sheerness RNLI lifeboats
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The soon to be replaced Sheerness Trent class all-weather lifeboat 'The George and Ivy Swanson'
Article Rescue
Sheerness RNLI launch on consecutive days at the start of the New Year
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Both the Sheerness lifeboats alongside the Queenborough all-tide landing.
Article Rescue
Sheerness RNLI lifeboats launched in dense fog
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Bring hope, even on the darkest days

Coronavirus has delayed crucial crew training and lifeboat maintenance. A kind donation from you could help keep our crews safe and ready to rescue. Will you give us hope this spring?