RNLI Tower Lifeboat Station

Tower Lifeboat Station

Operating from Lifeboat Pier on the River Thames in central London, Tower Lifeboat is our busiest lifeboat station. Because of the need for even faster response times, there is a crew on station around the clock.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Tower Lifeboat Station

10.28pm 18 November 2019
10.43pm 15 November 2019
10.45pm 12 November 2019
3.14pm 6 November 2019
9.16pm 3 November 2019
9.29pm 2 November 2019
6.04pm 29 October 2019
6.02pm 22 October 2019
3.25pm 22 October 2019
6.58am 22 October 2019
6.24pm 21 October 2019
5.48pm 21 October 2019
7.09am 21 October 2019
8.08am 20 October 2019
10.54pm 19 October 2019
9.23pm 19 October 2019
9.17pm 17 October 2019
9.15pm 17 October 2019
5.23pm 15 October 2019
1.38am 15 October 2019

Today's weather

8°C Cloudy
Min: 1°C Max: 8°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Tower Lifeboat Station
Lifeboat Pier
Victoria Embankment
Westminster
London
WC2R 2PP

Station phone number

0207 240 3978

Station contact email: 

tower@rnli.org.uk

Accessibility

There is no parking at the station.

Visiting times

Visits are subject to volunteer availability and may be arranged by appointment. Please email visitstowerrnli@outlook.com or give us a call on 07516 000249.

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News and media from Tower Lifeboat Station

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