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. 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!
Want to know what Events are happening that involve Tenby Lifeboat this year? Click here to find out . . . .
Labrador rescued from sea after falling from cliff
Tenby all-weather lifeboat Haydn Miller launched at 13:05 on Tuesday the 29th of October after Milford Haven Coastguard received a frantic call from a dog owner after their dog ‘Spice’, a chocolate Labrador fell from a high cliff near Stackpole Quay. Click here for more . . . . .
Haydn Miller rescues 16ft fishing vessel with engine failure
At 16:20hrs today (Mon 5th August), the Haydn Miller launched following a report from the Coastguard that a 16ft fishing vessel had suffered engine failure 2.5 miles South of St Govans. Click here for more.
Haydn Miller launches after 20ft vessel sufferes engine failure on choppy seas.
The 'Haydn Miller' was launched for the 2nd time in the day at 20:40hrs today (29th July) after a report from the owner of the 20ft motor vessel 'Event Horizon' that he'd suffered engine failure in choppy seas 1/2 a mile East of Lydstep whilst returning from a fishing trip with his daughter. The Lifeboat was soon on scene and passed a tow to the vessel before towing it the short distance to its mooring in Lydstep Bay. After making sure the gentleman and his daughter got safely ashore in their dinghy (where they were met by Coastguards), the Lifeboat returned to station.
15m Ilfracombe trawler rescued 6m South of St Govans
In the early hours of Monday 8th October, the Haydn Miller went to the aid of the 15m trawler 'Olivia Bell' which had damaged it's rudder some 6 miles South of St Govans. Click here for more.