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.

In the meantime, why not take a virtual tour of our Severn class all-weather lifeboat Richard Cox Scott  here

Thank you for your continued support.

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Falmouth RNLI volunteer lifeboat crew assist a vessel with problems recovering its anchor

  The ketch under tow by Falmouth Lifeboat with the Falmouth Boat Construction RIB following. Photo: Sandy Procter HM Coastguard requested the launch of . . . .Read more

Falmouth RNLI volunteer crew launch to assist a man after his tender capsized

Falmouth’s Atlantic 85 inshore lifeboat Robina Nixon Chard launched at 2.15 am on Wednesday morning (5 August) after HM Coastguard received a report of . . . .Read more

Falmouth RNLI crew launch to help motorboat in difficulty

Falmouth’s all-weather lifeboat Richard Cox Scott and volunteer crew launched on Tuesday 21 July to help a 35ft motorboat near Killigerran Head. Tasked to . . . .Read more

Three shouts in 12 hours for Falmouth RNLI crew

Falmouth’s volunteer lifeboat crew were launched on three occasions to help those in trouble at sea on Sunday 19 July. The first request to . . . .Read more

Falmouth RNLI crew assist on 3 incidents in one evening

Falmouth’s inshore lifeboat Robina Nixon Chard and crew went to the help of three different vessels in need of assistance on Wednesday 15 July. . . . .Read more

Falmouth RNLI Crew launch to upturned canoe

Falmouth’s inshore lifeboat Robina Nixon Chard was launched on Tuesday 14 July to reports of an upturned vessel at the mouth of the Helford . . . .Read more

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