Haydn Miller medevacs casualty from container ship . . . read more
Georgina Taylor assists in medevac of patient . . . read more
Haydn Miller investigates possible red flare sighting . . .read more
Georgina Taylor assists father and son on Kayak . . .read more
Haydn Miller assists broken down speedboat . . .read more
Haydn Miller assists vessel with engine failure south east of Caldey . . .read more
Vessel suffers engine failure off Freshwater East . . .read more
Swimmer in difficulty off Pendine . . .read more
Helicopter rescue for man stuck on cliff . . .read more
Tenby Lifeboat Station is one of over 200 RNLI Lifeboat Stations in the UK. It is situated on the South West Wales Coast and is one of the busiest stations in the UK.
There has been a lifeboat in Tenby since 1852 when the Shipwrecked Mariners Society established the first lifeboat in the town. Things have changed a lot since then however - Tenby now has 2 lifeboats - a Tamar class All Weather Lifeboat and a D class Inshore Lifeboat.
We hope this website provides you with all the information you want on the Station, Crew and Lifeboats stationed at Tenby, but if not - then get in touch!
Week beginning 15th Dec. t.b.c
Click the icon to see live weather conditions from our weather station situated on Castle Hill, overlooking Tenby's Beaches and Lifeboat Station. (Once on there, click on the cog on the top-right of the page and click the F to switch to MPH.)
Inshore Waters Forecast
Click the icon for the Inshore Waters forecast for the Bristol Channel area. This is provided by the Met Office and is updated twice daily.
Click the icon for the tide times and heights for Tenby for the next week.