RNLI Tenby Lifeboat Station

Tenby Lifeboat Station

Tenby’s Tamar class all-weather lifeboat is housed inside a modern slipway station situated on the north side of Castle Hill complete with a public gallery where visitors can watch the lifeboat launch. The station’s D class inshore lifeboat is housed at Tenby Harbour.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Tenby Lifeboat Station

12.52pm 12 November 2017
3.02pm 3 November 2017
4.35pm 31 October 2017
8.21am 30 October 2017
9.16am 21 October 2017
9.41pm 5 October 2017
1.28pm 2 October 2017
6.49pm 23 September 2017
11.50am 28 August 2017
9.09pm 27 August 2017
4.35pm 26 August 2017
9.14pm 25 August 2017
4.03pm 25 August 2017
4.39pm 16 August 2017
1.00am 16 August 2017
4.14pm 12 August 2017
6.18pm 9 August 2017
4.44pm 9 August 2017
4.07pm 9 August 2017
6.38pm 7 August 2017

Today's weather

14°C Rain
Min: 13°C
Max: 14°C
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Next tide

Wed 22 Nov
High: 8:09pm 7.5m
Low: 2:10am 2.1m
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Tenby Lifeboat Station
Castle Square
Tenby
Pembrokeshire
SA70 7BS

Station phone number

01834 842197

Accessibility

Disabled access
There is no public parking near the station.

Station visitor contact details

Mike Hickling
07850 407082

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News and media from Tenby Lifeboat Station

Tenby lifeboat launches into Storm Brian after person reported washed off rocks
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Tenby lifeboat launches into Storm Brian after person reported washed off rocks
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Tenby Lifeboat launched during Storm Brian
At 9.20am on Saturday 21st October, during storm Brian, Tenby’s RNLI all-weather lifeboat Haydn Miller was launched following a report that somebody had been washed off the rocks by the large swell at Skrinkle. The volunteer crew made best speed to Skrinkle through huge seas, whilst being buffeted by 65mph gusts.
Once on scene, the lifeboat got as close as was safely possible in the huge swell and began to perform a search between Skrinkle and Lydstep, whilst Coastguard teams searched from the cliffs above and Coastguard Rescue Helicopter 187 search from the air. As the search continued, the Coastguard received a call from someone claiming to be the person that had been on the rocks. Once this was confirmed, and that the person was safe and well, all units were stood down.
The lifeboat then returned to station, arriving at 10:50am
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Tenby Lifeboat launched during Storm Brian
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Both lifeboats launched after person reported missing at Morfa Bychan
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Article Rescues
Both lifeboats launched after person reported missing at Morfa Bychan
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More than 100 RNLI lifesavers provide safety cover for Ironman Wales spectacular
Article Beach safety
More than 100 RNLI lifesavers provide safety cover for Ironman Wales spectacular
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