We are Looe RNLI….With your support, we save lives at sea

The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), a charity registered in England and Wales (209603), Scotland (SC037736), the Republic of Ireland (20003326), the Bailiwick of Jersey (14), the Isle of Man (1308 and 006329F), the Bailiwick of Guernsey and Alderney | RNLI (Sales) Ltd | RNLI Shop (registration number 2202240 and RNLI College Ltd (registration number 7705470) both companies registered in England and Wales at West Quay Road, Poole, BH15 1HZ. Images and copyright © RNLI 2021.
We save lives by providing a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service, seasonal lifeguards, water safety education and initiatives and flood rescue response.






Lifeboat crew members

Lifeboat crew members operate the lifeboats during rescues and are responsible for their safety

and the safety of those they rescue.

Their lifesaving work is essential, often difficult and sometimes dangerous.

The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. We provide, on call, a 24 hour lifeboat search and rescue service around the UK and Ireland, and a seasonal lifeguard service. With our lifeboats, lifeguards, safety messages and flood rescue we are committed to saving more lives. Since 1866 the lifeboat crews and lifeboats of Looe Lifeboat Station have been saving lives at sea, currently operating an Atlantic 85 and D Class Inshore Lifeboats. The Lifeboat Crew are all volunteers, headed up by the Lifeboat Operations Manager and Deputy Launching Authorities and supported by a Shore Crew team. The RNLI’s Lifeboat Station in Looe is now looking for volunteers to join the existing team in the role of Inshore Lifeboat Crew, on call to drop everything, rush to the boat and launch into the water. This role will help us save lives at sea by ensuring that our lifeboats and crew are in a state of permanent readiness on service and during exercises, under the command of a helmsman. ILB Crew must undertake and maintain Competency Based Training as necessary to fulfil the role of crew member, be on call for lifeboat ‘shouts’, attend exercises and contribute to the overall upkeep of the station, lifeboats and equipment. This is a good opportunity to join a motivated and enthusiastic local team and have the satisfaction of contributing to saving lives at sea. If you are a team player with good general fitness and the ability to learn new skills this could be the role for you. No previous maritime experience needed. You must live or work within three miles of the station and be between 17 and 55 years of age.