Port Issac Lifeboat Station

Port Isaac Lifeboat Station

Situated in a 700-year-old fishing village, Port Isaac has seen lifeboats launching off the north Cornish coast for over 100 years. Today the station operates an inshore D class lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Port Isaac Lifeboat Station

2.10pm 17 September 2019
3.55pm 30 August 2019
12.41pm 25 August 2019
2.24pm 17 August 2019
3.35pm 2 August 2019
12.20pm 23 June 2019
5.49pm 22 June 2019
4.21pm 5 March 2019
11.53am 4 November 2018
9.04pm 21 July 2018
9.26pm 16 June 2018
9.25pm 16 June 2018
1.50pm 21 May 2018
3.41pm 28 April 2018
5.13pm 2 April 2018
5.12pm 2 April 2018
9.26am 30 March 2018
12.45am 18 February 2018
12.44am 18 February 2018
12.54pm 15 February 2018

Today's weather

11°C Rain
Min: 4°C Max: 11°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Port Isaac Lifeboat Station
c/o Slipway Hotel Garage
Port Isaac
Cornwall
PL29 3RL

Station phone number

01208 880696

Visiting times

9am until dusk daily

Visitor contact

Phil Tidey

Visitor contact phone number

01208 880783

News and media from Port Isaac Lifeboat Station

RNLI urge people to stay safe during large surf forecast
D-class lifeboat in large surf
Article Rescue
RNLI urge people to stay safe during large surf forecast
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Port Isaac RNLI’s new inshore D-Class lifeboat is officially named
Photo credit: Nick Leach
Article Fundraising
Port Isaac RNLI’s new inshore D-Class lifeboat is officially named
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Port Isaac inshore lifeboat launched to fisherman swept off rocks
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Article Sea safety
Port Isaac inshore lifeboat launched to fisherman swept off rocks
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Port Isaac inshore lifeboat launched to fisherman swept off rocks
Port Isaac inshore lifeboat Copeland Bell was tasked Sunday 25th August to reports of a recreational fisherman having been swept off rocks at Pehalick Point near Tintagel. The lifeboat arrived on scene just after Coastguard Search and Rescue helicopter 924 where they winched the casualty up and flew him to Treliske to be checked over. He wasn’t wearing a life jacket. The lifeboat and volunteer crew stood by for support and headed back to the first informant to ensure they could make their way back up the cliffs.
Video Fishing Safety
Port Isaac inshore lifeboat launched to fisherman swept off rocks
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