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

RNLI The Mumbles Lifeboat Station

The Mumbles Lifeboat Station

Lifeboat crews at The Mumbles have been saving lives at sea for over 180 years and have been presented with 33 awards for gallantry. The station has also witnessed tragedy with 18 lifeboat volunteers losing their lives while endeavouring to save others.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from The Mumbles Lifeboat Station

2.33am 24 July 2021
2.08pm 21 July 2021
11.55am 18 July 2021
10.20am 15 July 2021
6.08pm 14 July 2021
11.13am 13 July 2021
11.05am 13 July 2021
12.30pm 11 July 2021
1.42pm 9 July 2021
9.33pm 30 June 2021
5.33pm 27 June 2021
2.23pm 23 June 2021
1.34pm 21 June 2021
10.03pm 18 June 2021
7.14pm 17 June 2021
5.47pm 14 June 2021
3.06pm 14 June 2021
7.42pm 13 June 2021
12.34pm 13 June 2021
6.49pm 12 June 2021

Today's weather

19°C Rain
Min: 11°C Max: 19°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

The Mumbles Lifeboat Station
Pier Road
Mumbles
Swansea
SA3 4EN

Station phone number

01792 366246

Visiting times

Station visiting times are normally 11am-5pm.

Visiting is subject to volunteer availability so it's worth calling the station to check it will be open when you plan to visit.

Visitor contact

Sandra Knight

Visitor contact phone number

07895734280

Visitor email address

s305766k@yahoo.co.uk

Shop hours

11am to 5pm (same as station)

Shop phone number

01792 366163

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News and media from The Mumbles Lifeboat Station

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Sunflowers on Gower raise funds for Mumbles Lifeboat
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Article Rescue
Another call for The Mumbles lifeboat to paddle boarders in trouble
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Boat on fire off Mumbles Head
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Article Rescue
Call for Mumbles crew to cliff fall
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