Haydn Miller launched after 9-metre cabin cruiser suffers engine failure 4 miles south of Caldey . . . .
Haydn Miller launched after 4 metre dinghy sailing from Lands End to John O Groats is becalmed 13 miles south of Caldey . . . .
Both lifeboats launched after two people get cut off by incoming tide between Wiseman’s Bridge and Amroth . . . .
Georgina Taylor launched to assist owner after dog goes over cliff at Skrinkle Head . . . .
Georgina Taylor launched after man gets into trouble rescuing sheep . . . .
Car wash another huge success . . . .
Haydn Miller assists vessel with gearbox failure . . . .
Georgina Taylor assists 2 people cut off by tide . . . .
Georgina Taylor rescues lady with broken leg . . . .
Haydn Miller assists vessel with engine failure 4 miles south of Caldey Island . . . .
Both Tenby RNLI lifeboats in search for missing person . . . .
Haydn Miller requested to launch after walker gets cut off by tide . . . .
Tenby all-weather lifeboat launched after walker gets stuck on Worm’s Head . . . .read more
Tenby all-weather lifeboat assists vessel in first launch of year . . . .read more
Georgina Taylor searches for possible distressed dog . . . .read more
Georgina Taylor assists in rescue of farmer and cow . . . .read more
Haydn Miller launches to assist climbers cut off by heavy swell . . . .read more
Inshore lifeboat requested after speedboat picks up rope around propeller . . . .read more
Haydn Miller launched to assist injured kayaker off Stackpole . . . .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!
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