Falmouth Lifeboat Station remains closed for visitors and tours at the current time due to the ongoing pandemic situation. This is 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.
In the meantime, why not take a virtual tour of our Severn class all-weather lifeboat Richard Cox Scott here
Falmouth RNLI Shop
Although we planned to open on 5 January for a two week ‘January Sale’, the announcement of the latest government Coronavirus guidance requires the shop to remain CLOSED until further review and lifting of lockdown restrictions. Thank you for your continued support and don’t forget that the RNLI on-line shop is still available:
RNLI on-line shop at https://shop.rnli.org.
Falmouth RNLI volunteers recognised for over 450 collective years spent in service to help save lives at sea.
Falmouth Lifeboat Station has many dedicated volunteers who give their time in many aspects of supporting the RNLI, from lifeboat crew to fundraising, press . . . .Read more
On Thursday 26 November, Falmouth Inshore Lifeboat Robina Nixon Chard launched just before 11am to assist in a medical evacuation alongside Falmouth Coastguard Rescue . . . .Read more
A vessel with a trapped spinnaker and reports of a missing snorkeler saw Falmouth volunteer crew launch both the all-weather and inshore lifeboats twice . . . .Read more
Falmouth’s inshore lifeboat was tasked to launch by the Coastguard to reports of an apparently unmanned yacht floating in the seas near the entrance . . . .Read more
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