RNLI Withernsea Lifeboat Station

Withernsea Lifeboat Station

Lifeboat crews at Withernsea have been recognised by the RNLI for their gallantry eight times since the opening of the station in 1974. Today’s lifeboat – Henley Eight, a D class inshore lifeboat – went into service in 2009.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Withernsea Lifeboat Station

12.35am 25 May 2019
6.44pm 31 January 2019
4.24pm 22 January 2019
5.06am 25 November 2018
10.46am 12 November 2018
4.32am 6 October 2018
5.00pm 8 August 2018
8.39pm 14 July 2018
8.14am 6 July 2018
7.57am 6 July 2018
2.24pm 28 April 2018
12.30am 26 November 2017
12.34pm 23 September 2017
10.02am 25 August 2017
9.38pm 22 July 2017
4.07pm 9 July 2017
1.04pm 9 July 2017
11.38am 5 July 2017
3.12pm 28 June 2017
1.13pm 17 June 2017

Today's weather

14°C Rain
Min: 10°C Max: 14°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Withernsea Lifeboat Station
Southcliff Road
South Promenade
Withernsea
HU19 2HU

Station phone number

01964 613686

Accessibility

Parking at the station is restricted. There is a car park in Lee Avenue approximately 91m from the station.

Visiting times

Visits are subject to volunteer availability and may be arranged by appointment.

Visitor contact

Martin Woodhouse
Lifeboat Operations Manager

Visitor contact phone number

07941 028285

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