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

St Peter Port Lifeboat Station

St Peter Port Lifeboat Station

St Peter Port Lifeboat Station on Guernsey operates a Severn class all-weather lifeboat, Spirit of Guernsey. The station provides search and rescue in the Bay of Saint Malo and the shipping lanes of the English Channel.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from St Peter Port Lifeboat Station

2.11pm 23 July 2021
5.40pm 19 July 2021
8.48am 13 July 2021
7.17pm 29 April 2021
7.17pm 29 April 2021
3.32pm 3 April 2021
12.55am 28 March 2021
4.03pm 16 March 2021
1.47am 23 February 2021
12.20pm 20 February 2021
1.35pm 19 February 2021
5.13am 26 November 2020
1.28am 26 November 2020
3.26pm 28 August 2020
9.57pm 15 August 2020
5.20pm 15 August 2020
3.31pm 9 August 2020
3.31pm 9 August 2020
3.44pm 7 August 2020
7.02pm 31 July 2020

Today's weather

16°C Rain
Min: 10°C Max: 16°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

St Peter Port Lifeboat Station
States Harbour Office
St Peter Port

Station phone number

01481 721091



Visiting times

Visitors are welcome by appointment.

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News and media from St Peter Port Lifeboat Station

Article Lifeboats
St Peter Port RNLI are awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service
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St Peter Port's new inshore lifeboat launching on exercise
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New RNLI inshore lifeboat declared on service at St Peter Port
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Photograph showing the Alderney Lifeboat 'Roy Barker 1' at anchor
Article Rescue
Alderney lifeboat relaunched in search for missing aircraft off coast
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Article Sea safety
RNLI says 'floating' campaign has saved lives in the South East
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