Sheerness Lifeboat Station

Sheerness Lifeboat Station

Operating from within the old naval port of Sheerness, the lifeboat station operates both a D class inshore lifeboat and a Trent class all-weather lifeboat. Four medals for gallantry have been awarded to the station.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Sheerness Lifeboat Station

4.59pm 30 May 2020
4.26pm 30 May 2020
1.28pm 23 May 2020
10.00am 23 May 2020
9.52am 23 May 2020
7.13pm 22 May 2020
5.48pm 22 May 2020
7.23pm 19 May 2020
2.57pm 18 May 2020
2.11pm 18 May 2020
1.50pm 17 May 2020
3.13pm 15 May 2020
6.29pm 6 May 2020
6.12pm 21 April 2020
1.43am 12 April 2020
8.33am 24 March 2020
1.38pm 22 March 2020
3.09pm 6 March 2020
3.00pm 6 March 2020
9.38am 21 February 2020

Today's weather

15°C Cloudy
Min: 14°C Max: 15°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Sheerness Lifeboat Station
Sheerness Docks
Garrison Point
Sheerness
Kent
ME12 1RS

Station phone number

01795 664868

Accessibility

Parking

Visiting times

Please contact the station to arrange a visit.

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News and media from Sheerness Lifeboat Station

Five incidents in 24 hours end a busy week for the Sheerness RNLI Lifeboats
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Five incidents in 24 hours end a busy week for the Sheerness RNLI Lifeboats
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Normal service resumed ?
Both of the Sheerness lifeboats in action off the Sheppey coastline.
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Normal service resumed ?
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RNLI Lifeboat crew send a gift of Easter chocolate
Easter eggs and chocolates donated by the Sheerness crew to their local ambulance crews and paramedics
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RNLI Lifeboat crew send a gift of Easter chocolate
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40 years since the Sheerness RNLI lifeboat rescued four from Radio Caroline
Artists impression of the Helen Turnbull heading out to rescue the crew of the Mi Amigo radio ship on March 19 1980
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40 years since the Sheerness RNLI lifeboat rescued four from Radio Caroline
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