Who we are

RNLI Jersey is a highly trained team of volunteers operating from two lifeboat stations (St Helier and St Catherine's) on Jersey. During the summer months we are supported by our paid lifeguards who patrol Jersey's western beaches. We are part of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution which operates across the UK, Channel Islands and Republic of Ireland and which is made up primarily of volunteers united by selflessness, skill and courage.

News & events

DINNER WITH LORD ROBERT WINSTON Hotel L'Horizon, St Brelade on Thursday 2 October 2014 1900 for 1945

For details contact: secretary.rnli.jerseyguild@gmail.com

Get involved Lifeboats need to be designed, built, fuelled and maintained, and their crews trained and equipped. Lifeguards also need training and equipment. Volunteer as a fundraiser, presenter, at a station or beach. You could also organise your own event. Find out more

Launch reports

St Helier lifeboat called to find a broken down motor vessel unsure of its position

The St Helier all weather lifeboat was called out this evening (Monday 15th September) to search for a 6 mtr motor vessel, with 2 POB, who were unsure of thier position. Gue... 

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St Helier ILB called to assist large powered boat with engine trouble

A 999 call was received by a vessel between Elizabeth Castle and Bel Royal to advise of an engine failure. The vessel had no power and therefore no illumination, radio or me... 

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