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Hoylake Lifeboat Station

Station Visits

Although Hoylake RNLI lifeboat station is currently closed to the public due to Coronavirus (Covid-19), virtual presentations can still be arranged via Zoom for groups, clubs or youth organisations. For further information, please contact Hoylake RNLI Lifeboat Visits Officer Brian Jordan at lifeboatvisits@hotmail.com.

You can also take an online tour of Hoylake RNLI lifeboat station by visiting our ‘About Us’ page.

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Emergency

If you see someone in trouble at sea Dial 999 immediately and ask for the Coastguard.

The Coastguard will assess the situation and call for the assistance of the lifeboat, search & rescue helicopter or other emergency services that may be required.

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Social media community guidelines: We regularly share news about our latest rescues, announcements and fundraising events with our supporters and the wider community through Hoylake RNLI lifeboat station’s social media channels. To ensure that everyone visiting our social media channels enjoys and gets the most out of their experience, we ask that users follow our guidelines on engagement. Read our social media community guidelines.

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If you see someone in trouble at sea Dial 999 immediately and ask for the Coastguard.