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
Volunteer RNLI crew members James Hope and Rhees Evans along with St Helier Station Mechanic Jono Cornick, joined forced to train and run the London Marathon this month (April 2014) and raise money for RNLI while doing so.
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.
The Jersey Coastguard received a GSM call from a person on the beach at La Haule for a Hobie Cat which had been seen and then sight had been lost an hour later. The Hobie Ca...
A vessel called Jersey Coastguard alerting to a small vessel that had been washed up onto the rock armour 150 metres SE of La Collette. There were no persons visible in or n...