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This site is run by the Minehead lifeboat crew and is the place to find out all of the latest news and information regarding both our station and lifeboat shouts.

This site is not the official RNLI website, please use the menu link to access the official site if required.

The menu on the left of this page can be used to explore various pages to find out details of our crew, station history, and the day-to-day workings of our lifeboat station.

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Minehead's D class on exercise - Photo by Steve Guscott

Latest Shouts
3/2/16 afternoon - Minehead's D class tasked to look for a person reported to be in trouble but stood down during the launch.
3/2/16 - Both Minehead boats launched at 1:45 am to reports of a person in the water off Dunster Beach. The crews worked in very challenging conditions to conduct shoreline and inshore searches, eventually stood down by HM Coastguard at 3:25 am. Shore Crew at Minehead Lifeboat station arranged the heavy weather net recovery to enable the Atlantic 85 and crew to safely make the carriage.
6/12/15 - Atlantic 85 launched to a surfer in trouble in Lynmoth Bay. The surfer was located trapped on a rock and recovered by helicopter, crew recovered his board.
2/10/15 - Minehead's D class was launched to assist with the rescue of a man stuck in the mud at Blue Anchor beach. Coastguard Rescue Teams were able to extract the man and safely recover him ashore.

Operational Contact details

Boathouse Tel; 01643 703388 (not always manned, in an emergency dial 999)

Station email; Minehead@rnli.org.uk

John Higgie (Lifeboat Operations Manager) 01643 706875

or for crew matters contact Phil on 07964660203

Minehead's Atlantic 85 on exercise - Photo by Peter Creech

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