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

Skegness shannon class lifeboat Joel and April Grunnill 13-17 at sea during a training exercise.

Skegness Lifeboat Station

Covering part of the Lincolnshire coastline, Skegness has operated an all-weather lifeboat for over 175 years. Today, two lifeboats cover one of the region's busiest beaches and surrounding areas.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Skegness Lifeboat Station

5.03am 1 January 2022
9.19pm 12 December 2021
11.12am 19 November 2021
10.38am 9 October 2021
5.49pm 7 October 2021
6.36pm 29 September 2021
6.06pm 29 September 2021
11.14pm 25 September 2021
1.15am 23 September 2021
6.40am 19 September 2021
1.13am 18 September 2021
12.37am 12 September 2021
10.57pm 29 August 2021
3.34pm 26 August 2021
2.34pm 24 August 2021
3.44pm 23 August 2021
6.59pm 13 August 2021
1.50pm 12 August 2021
4.16pm 11 August 2021
1.47am 8 August 2021

Today's weather

12°C Sunshine
Min: 5°C Max: 12°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Skegness Lifeboat Station
Tower Esplanade
Skegness
Lincolnshire
PE25 3HH

Station phone number

01754 763011

Visiting times

By appointment only 
Please contact skegness@rnli.org.uk

Visitor contact

Craig Willard
Jack Stanley

Visitor contact phone number

01754 763011

Shop hours

Our shop will reopen in 2022

Shop phone number

01754 769894

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