The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is the charity that saves lives at sea.
It provides a 24-hour on-call service to cover search and rescue requirements out to 100 nautical miles from the coast of the United Kingdom and Ireland in addition to the River Thames in London.
This site is our way of thanking, informing and updating all the supporters who make our work possible. Read More
News & Rescues
“ Volunteer lifeboat crews from three RNLI stations in Sussex were launched this afternoon to search the sea after reports that a man jumped from Brighton Pier. Lifeboat crews from Brighton, Newhaven ... read more
20th November 2014, 13:30hrs
Subscribe and Contact
“ Find out how you can stay in touch with the station through regular emails and social media .. read more
“ Come visit us, explore the station, our boats and learn about our life saving work. Our team of experts are also able to visit your school or local group .. find out more
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“ The RNLI is supported entirely by voluntary contributions, find out about opportunities for both wet and dry crew .. read more