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

4.38pm 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
3.24pm 28 August 2016
5.39pm 26 August 2016
3.44pm 26 August 2016
3.21pm 25 August 2016
3.14pm 25 August 2016
5.49pm 23 August 2016
5.31pm 19 August 2016
7.26am 18 August 2016
12.54pm 14 August 2016
7.11pm 8 August 2016
8.37pm 7 August 2016

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Next tide

Tue 24 Jan
Low: 9:38am 2.6m
High: 3:56pm 6.9m
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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 all-weather lifeboat assists vessel in first launch of year
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Tenby all-weather lifeboat assists vessel in first launch of year
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Tenby RNLI assist a vessel in difficulty near Burry Holmes
Tenby’s RNLI all-weather lifeboat launched at 4.40pm on Tuesday 3rd January 2017 following a report that a vessel was in difficulty near Burry Holmes.
The seven metre vessel, with 2 persons aboard, had been on passage from Swansea to Milford Haven when they started to struggle to make headway against the wind and tide.

The volunteer crew made best speed toward the vessel’s last reported position, 15 miles east of Tenby, with Burry Port’s lifeboat also launched to assist in locating the vessel. 

On arrival, the casualty vessel was located one mile north-west of Burry Holmes and the skipper of the casualty vessel requested a tow to Tenby. The vessel was taken in tow and on arrival at Tenby harbour some two hours later, the vessel made its own way into the harbour and was moored safely alongside.
At 7.30pm, nearly three hours after launching, the lifeboat returned to station.
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Tenby RNLI assist a vessel in difficulty near Burry Holmes
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Tenby's inshore lifeboat searches for possible missing dog
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Tenby's inshore lifeboat searches for possible missing dog
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Tenby inshore lifeboat assists in recovery of farmer and cow
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Tenby inshore lifeboat assists in recovery of farmer and cow
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