Whitstable Lifeboat Station
We operate an Atlantic 85
B-Class Inshore Lifeboat
All our crew are volunteers
and respond 24 hours a day 7 days a week
Number Of Rescues For 2019
Drifting Boat – 27th November 2018
Latest Shouts / News
Stormy Stan the Lifeboat Man had his morning entertaining visitors to Whitstable lifeboat station's Christmas fair interrupted on Saturday when he was called away to help crew the lifeboat when it was launched to a report of a broken down jet ski off Herne Bay....
Whitstable Lifeboat Station has recently benefited from the efforts of children from two local schools who have raised funds for the lifeboat after visits to the station and hearing about the work of the RNLI. Children at Hampton Primary School in Herne Bay raised...
The Whitstable Atlantic 85 Lifeboat Lewisco was launched at 4.50am on Sunday to assist the Sheerness 'all weather lifeboat' with an 98-foot barge aground on the beach near to the Warden Springs Caravan Park on the Isle of Sheppey. The barge with three persons onboard...
Know the risks:
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In the UK, the majority of RNLI Lifeguard incidents involve rip currents. They are a major cause of accidental drowning on beaches all across the world.
IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 999 AND ASK FOR THE COASTGUARD
Never put yourself at risk!
We welcome school and club visits to the station.
To find out more or to book your visit pleae call:
David Hayward on 07835 929110
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The RNLI is a charity registered in England and Wales (209603) and Scotland (SCO37736). Charity number CHY 2678 in the Republic of Ireland
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