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Welcome to the Beaumaris Lifeboat Station Website

Photo of Beaumaris Lifeboat in Action by Trigger

Beaumaris Lifeboat is one of seven Lifeboats originally provided by the viewers of the Blue Peter Television Programme.
The latest Lifeboat at the station is the Atlantic 85 inshore lifeboat, the most advanced inshore lifeboat ever produced by the RNLI which can reach speeds of up to 35 knots and features state-of-the-art technology to enhance its lifesaving capabilities.

The lifeboat covers the Menai Straits area between Anglesey and the North Wales mainland, and with 75 callouts in 2011 and 89 people assisted is one of the busiest in Wales.  The lifeboat was involved in 83 rescue missions in 2010 and 74 rescues in 2009. Celebrating over 100 years as a lifeboat station, the crew have been honoured with 12 awards.

We are expecting 2014 to be another busy and challenging year for the Beaumaris Lifeboat team.

Beaumaris Lifeboat day this year will be held on Saturday 02 August and will include a range of events on the sea front at Beaumaris.

Forthcoming Events

  • 28 July 2012, Beaumaris Lifeboat Day – our major fund-raising event of the year.  

Beaumaris Lifeboat Station Timeline 1891 - Now

RNLI Station Established  Friars Bay  Blue Peter II Lifeboats All Weather Lifeboat Retired Atlantic 75 and new station New Atlantic 85
1891 1914 1967 1991 2000 2010
Station Opened Lifeboat Station Slipway Blue Peter  Inshore Lifeboats All Weather
Boat Retired
Atlantic 75 and Boat House New Alantic 85 now on station