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

6.09am 7 December 2019
9.34pm 24 November 2019
3.04pm 9 November 2019
2.40pm 26 October 2019
2.40pm 26 October 2019
2.31pm 19 October 2019
3.24pm 15 October 2019
6.08pm 9 October 2019
10.41am 2 October 2019
7.15pm 30 September 2019
2.40am 30 September 2019
8.21pm 20 September 2019
12.51am 18 September 2019
10.57am 17 September 2019
6.38pm 15 September 2019
2.21am 14 September 2019
12.00am 13 September 2019
12.30am 12 September 2019
10.09am 6 September 2019
6.57pm 5 September 2019

Today's weather

9°C Cloudy
Min: 5°C Max: 9°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

Micro pub raises a Mega amount for the RNLI
Landlady and crew member Rachel Collier with husband Chris presenting Sheerness RNLI Lifeboat coxswain Robin Castle MBE with the cheque for £20,000 watched by her crewmates and customers at the Admirals Arm
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Micro pub raises a Mega amount for the RNLI
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Sheerness RNLI Lifeboat station benefits from a windsurfer’s ‘Three Island Chall
Sheerness ILB on a training excercise off the Isle Of Sheppey in 'flat calm' conditions and not a windsurfer in sight.
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Sheerness RNLI Lifeboat station benefits from a windsurfer’s ‘Three Island Chall
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First callout for the new Sheerness RNLI Lifeboat DLA
The Sheerness ILB with our two lady crew members, Emma and Rachel on board under the guidance of helmsman Tom.
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First callout for the new Sheerness RNLI Lifeboat DLA
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A variety of calls keep the Sheerness RNLI Lifeboat volunteers busy.
A view of the Sheerness ALB as seen from the inshore lifeboat in rather 'lumpy' seas in the Thames estuary.
Article Rescue
A variety of calls keep the Sheerness RNLI Lifeboat volunteers busy.
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