Bude Lifeboat


Bude Lifeboat

Bude Inshore Lifeboat


Bude Lifeboat Station

Since 2001, the station has operated from Summerleaze Beach.

It was a direct result of two shipwrecks, the steam-packet Providence and an unidentified schooner, on October 29th 1836 that moves were made to establish a lifeboat station at Bude.  The Rev Ellacoat wrote to HM King William IV reporting the loss of these two ships with all hands on board and requested that His Majesty authorise payment for a lifeboat to be stationed at Bude.

First established:
opened 1837 – closed 1923 – re-opened 1966

All-Weather LB: N/A

Inshore LB (1):
RNLB Henry Philip – D-Class Inshore Lifeboat (D-617)

Launches in 2008: 10
People Rescued in 2008: 11
Total Hours at Sea in 2008: 9hrs 23mins
Medals since 1824: 12 (12 Silver)

RNLI Bude Website

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