A Listing of Cornwall Lifeboat Videos
Cornwall is in the South West Region of the RNLI. This regions is one of the busiest in the UK. You can read more about the Cornwall Lifeboat Stations here.
If you are visiting Cornwall during the summer and you find that there is a local lifeboat day you really should go along. These are always very well supported will usually have demos and a SAR helicopter from RNAS in attendance.
Many of the Lifeboat Stations around Cornwall are open to the public and many have shops attached. In some stations it is possible to be given a guided tour of both the station and the boat/s.
Cornwall Lifeboat Videos
Lizard Lifeboat Station
Lizard Lifeboat Station- Kilcobben Cove A video of a launch down the slip at Lizard Lifeboat station. [...]
Porthleven Lifeboat Day
Porthleven is set in the middle of a huge sweeping bay, complete with an excellent family beach. The harbour can trace its construction back to Napoleonic times being partly built by French prisoners of war. [...]
Falmouth Lifeboat Exercise
A video clip of a Falmouth Lifeboat exercise in Falmouth Bay from yachting World magazine. Falmouth has two lifeboats and is one of the busiest stations in Cornwall. The All weather boat is normally tied alongside a pontoon adjacent to the station where as the inshore boat is kept in the station boast house at the top of the slip. [...]
Penlee – Sennen Cove Lifeboat Exercise
Penlee and Sennen Cove all-weather lifeboats (Severn and Tyne class all weather Lifeboats) on exercise south of the Runnel Stone Buoy in rough weather on Sunday 8 March 2009. [...]
Falmouth Lifeboat Yacht Rescue
Falmouth Lifeboat Yacht Rescue: Falmouth service to the Yacht February in difficulties in adverse weather conditions off Black Head. Date:30/11/2008 Film Courtesy of the RNLI [...]
RNLI Historic Lifeboat Rally Fowey
The RNLI Historic Lifeboat Rally is held every year in Fowey. Former Lifeboats from all over the British Isles attend this annual rally. Well worth a visit to see and enjoy these wonderful old boats and marvel at the skill and courage of the crews who would launch these in terrible conditions to save lives at sea. [...]