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RNLI Jersey is a highly trained team of volunteers operating from two lifeboat stations (St Helier and St Catherine's) in Jersey, Channel Islands. 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.
Lifesaving service in Jersey
The RNLI Lifeboats continue to serve Jersey, as they have for 136 years at St Helier and for 51 years at St Catherine's.
So far this year, the RNLI St Helier and St Catherine's Lifeboats have launched on service with Jersey volunteer crews 29 times. These launches total over 330 crew hours at sea.
(Statistics as at 31st October 2020)
In 2020 Jersey volunteers have undertaken 96 exercise and training sessions.
RNLI Jersey is committed to working closely with the Jersey Coastguard, Fire and Rescue Service, The Jersey Lifeboat Association and other search and rescue services.
There are over 100 active RNLI volunteers in Jersey, including crew, fundraisers and the management team.