Welcome to the Burnham-on-Sea Lifeboat Station website. This site is maintained by lifeboat station personnel and as such is the official Burnham-on-Sea RNLI website. Within these pages you will find station history and indicative operational information, detailing the service provided to those who spend time on the water off of the Somerset coast, from Watchet to Brean Down.

Our station at Burnham-On-Sea has only been operational since December 23rd 2003 and is crewed by a highly trained, efficient and enthusiastic bunch of men and women, supported in the background by admin staff, station supporters, shop staff, fundraisers and many others.

Through the dedication and training of around 30 volunteer boat crew, shore crew and officers at Burnham-On-Sea, our role is to 'Save Lives at Sea'. Please do not forget that our life saving activities are only possible because of voluntary contributions. Please support the RNLI.



 

 

 


                                            
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 B914 Doris Day and Brian

Our new Atlantic 85, B914 Doris Day and Brian, is now on service at Burnham-on-Sea as from Friday, 8th February and A75, B795 Staines Whitfield is now in the relief fleet. 

 

 

 

Launching for Training in April:

  • Wednesday 3rd, 10th and 17th @ 19:30
  • Sundays 7th and 14th @ 09:00

 

 


Latest Shout


Shout 7- 14th April 2019

Both boats tasked at 10:00 hrs to a report of a horse stuck in the mud by the lower light and provide cover for persons in water with incoming tide. Bendy used to save horse by using its winch .. .........more.......

 

 

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