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.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Tenby Lifeboat Station

4.30pm 24 April 2017
12.33pm 18 April 2017
9.01am 12 April 2017
2.26pm 9 April 2017
1.36pm 7 April 2017
9.44pm 6 April 2017
9.43pm 6 April 2017
11.19am 22 February 2017
10.49am 22 February 2017
4.35pm 2 February 2017
2.53pm 25 January 2017
4.38pm 3 January 2017
4.45pm 23 November 2016
10.53am 6 November 2016
4.45pm 14 September 2016
12.44pm 10 September 2016
2.32pm 1 September 2016
1.26pm 1 September 2016
2.15pm 31 August 2016
3.29pm 28 August 2016

Today's weather

13°C Cloudy
Min: 5°C
Max: 13°C
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Next tide

Fri 28 Apr
Low: 2:18pm 0.7m
High: 8:29pm 8.7m
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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

South Wales: Let’s Push The Boat Out for the RNLI!
RNLI arancia lifeboat
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South Wales: Let’s Push The Boat Out for the RNLI!
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Haydn Miller assists fishing vessel with gearbox failure
The tow is prepared
Article Rescues
Haydn Miller assists fishing vessel with gearbox failure
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Tenby RNLI rescue two people cut off by the tide
At approximately 2:30pm on Sunday 9th April Tenby's RNLI inshore lifeboat Gerogina Taylor was requested to launch after a report from two people reporting to be cut off by the incoming tide somewhere between Waterwynch and Monkstone. The volunteer crew quickly had the lifeboat on the water and immediatly began thier search, they soon spotted the two people waving to them from the rocks and went in to take them off. The casualties, who were none the worse for their ordeal, were checked over before being brought back to Tenby.
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Tenby RNLI rescue two people cut off by the tide
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Tenby RNLI assist in multi-agency rescue of a woman who had fallen on rocks
Tenby Inshore lifeboat D-727 'Georgina Taylor' was tasked at 13:36 on Friday 7th of April to assist with a medical evacuation of a female who had slipped and fallen whilst walking on rocks east of Telpyn point near Amroth. Once on scene the crew assessed the casualty who was in an inaccessible position near an incoming tide. The casualty had a suspect broken femur, so as one crew member gave first aid the remaining crew took the casualties partner to the safety of Amroth beach and fetched a paramedic and members of Tenby Coastguard rescue to assist with her recovery. Due to the serious nature of the injury a decision was made to task Coastguard helicopter 187 to air lift the casualty and a local Paramedic to hospital.
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Tenby RNLI assist in multi-agency rescue of a woman who had fallen on rocks
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