We have made the decision as a station to sadly suspend visits until further notice.

Falmouth Lifeboat Station will be closed for visitors and tours in order to protect the operational integrity of the crew whilst the COVID-19 virus is prevalent.

Communication with the station will still be available through the website and our social channels, and we hope many who wish to come to see us will be able to do so in the not-too-distant future.

Thank you for your continued support.

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Falmouth Lifeboat Station receives generous gift from local sailor’s legacy

Falmouth Lifeboat Station recently received a generous bequest to the station on behalf of the local, late, Peter Webb. Having grown up in Falmouth, . . . .Read more


Falmouth RNLI Crew rescue a kayaker from the water

Falmouth’s inshore lifeboat and volunteer crew went to the rescue of a kayaker who was reported to be clinging to a kayak, in the . . . .Read more


Falmouth RNLI crew launched to two people cut off by the tide

Falmouth’s inshore lifeboat was tasked to launch at 5.28pm on Sunday 23 February to go to the assistance of two people who had been . . . .Read more


Falmouth RNLI history recalled during a visit by a descendant of a former mayor

Falmouth RNLI Coxswain Jonathon Blakeston presenting Chris Lloyd with a signed copy of the station book produced in 2017 to commemorate the station’s 150th . . . .Read more


Falmouth lifeboats launch to paddle boarders in the Carrick Roads

Both Falmouth RNLI lifeboats were called out as reports came in that members of the public were concerned for the wellbeing of paddle boarders . . . .Read more


Falmouth RNLI crew carry out a medical evacuation from a tanker

On Saturday 8 February, Falmouth’s volunteer crew and relief Severn class lifeboat Volunteer Spirit were tasked to launch to reports of a person in . . . .Read more

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