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 2020
26th May 2020 – Broken Down Motor Boat
Latest Shouts / News
A recently recruited volunteer crew member at Whitstable RNLI lifeboat station has had a vital part of their crew training funded by Lloyd’s Register Foundation. Jim Ashby, from Whitstable, recently travelled to the RNLI College in Poole, Dorset, to complete the...
People become lifeboat crew for many reasons, but for one Whitstable man, it was an interest in Victorian photography that led him to join the RNLI! Richard Monje, a 40-year-old railway worker, was inspired by The Lifeboat Station Project, photographer Jack Lowe’s...
Canterbury Golf Club ladies and senior sections got into the swing of things and have raised a total of £7000 for the Whitstable RNLI Lifeboat, with members visiting the station on Friday for a tour and cheque presentation. Lady Captain, Fran Fearn, said, “Senior...
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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