Seahouses RNLI Lifeboat Station, Seafield Road, Seahouses, Northumberland NE68 7SH. Tel: 01665 720370
Seahouses RNLI Lifeboat Station
Still all quiet so far in 2018.
Our Last call-out
This website has been created by Seahouses Lifeboat Crew for general public information. The Official RNLI Website can be found here
Site last Updated - 19/03/2018 at 20:01hr
RNLI CREW PAGER
ALB = All weather lifeboat.
ILB = Inshore Lifeboat
FOUND A STRANDED SEA MAMMAL ?
Take care - they are not pets and may harm you !
WHAT TO DO
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Mersey Class Station Lifeboat RNLB 12-16 Grace Darling is off station at the All Weather Lifeboat Centre at RNLI HQ Poole for repairs, after her annual survey revealed issues. She has now gone to a boatyard at Falmouth for the repair, ALC fully committed with Shannon construction and other refits.
Relief Lifeboat RNLB 12-27 Pride and Spirit (ex Dungeness) currently on station.
Full time Coxswain/Mechanic Post - Despite strong competition, local man Craig Pringle has been appointed.
Staff Coxswain temporarily on station - Francie Morgan
VACANCIES - WHY NOT JOIN OUR CREW ?
Seahouses Lifeboat Station finally has a new full time Coxswain/Mechanic despite some strong competition from other highly qualified applicants.
Craig was formerly a Passenger Vessel Skipper at Seahouses and has excellent local knowledge. We are confident it has been a popular and fitting appointment. We wish him every success in his new role, and look forward to working closely with him in the future.
Ian Clayton, Seahouses Lifeboat Operations Manager
Leave a gift in your Will
2am. The shout goes out. Butchers, hairdressers, accountants … rush out into the freezing wind and darkness to save someone they’ve never met.
Your legacy is our lifeline
Gifts in Wills help bring our brave lifeboat crews home safely. Your legacy will be the protective kit they can count on. The training that keeps them safe. And the strong lifeboat that ploughs through fierce winds and waves to reach people in distress.
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Tower RNLI Crew Member Adam Bancroft with his wife Paula
Photo: Nathan Williams