Cob and Pen | Rhyl, Denbighshire
Crew favourite. The owners are big RNLI supporters and put on a free spread for the Rhyl lifeboat crew after training and exercise.
Levins Bar | Clogherhead, Co Louth
Renowned for the perfect pint of Guinness. Publican Declan Levins is also Clogher Head RNLI’s lifeboat operations manager.
Lifeboat Inn | St Ives, Cornwall
Traditional harbourside pub, right next to St Ives Lifeboat Station.
The Alma Inn | Harwich, Essex
Harwich’s ‘lifeboat pub’. Innkeeper Nick is also the lifeboat station’s treasurer - looking after both sides of the crew’s finances …
The Glengower and Rummers Bar | Aberystwth, Ceredigion
De facto ‘crew pubs’ and relentless fundraisers. Run by an Aberystwth lifeboat crew member and ex-crew member respectively.
The Hurley Flyer | Morecambe, Lancashire
At the heart of this popular seaside resort and named after Morecambe RNLI's rescue hovercraft (not one of the waiting staff).
The Lifeboat | East Cowes, Isle of Wight
A big favourite with visiting yachties. Hop on the floating bridge for Cowes Lifeboat Station.
The Lifeboat Ale and Cider House | Margate, Kent
Cosy and dog-friendly. Named after Margate's lifeboat Lord Southborough, whose volunteer crew rescued hundreds of soldiers from Dunkirk during the Second World War.
The Lifeboat Inn | Courtmacsherry, Co Cork
A warm and welcoming pub with fantastic views across the bay. A must for anyone passing through West Cork - as is a visit to Courtmacsherry Harbour Lifeboat Station.
The Lifeboat Inn | Hayling Island, Hampshire
Traditional seaside pub with an enthusiastic band of fundraisers supporting our Hayling lifesavers.
The Lifeboat Inn | Selsey, West Sussex
Pub restaurant that has its own fishing boat - so expect a fresh catch of the day on the menu. It’s a 2-minute walk from Selsey’s new lifeboat station.
The Lifeboat Inn | Thornham, Norfolk
Named in honour of Hunstanton’s last pulling lifeboat Licensed Victuallers III and the rooms are named after historic local crew.
The Lifeboat Tavern | Tenby, Pembrokeshire
A short stroll from Tenby Lifeboat Station. And the bar is a boat - what more do you want?
The Mishnish | Tobermory, Isle of Mull
Iconic bar on the Isle of Mull, home to long-standing RNLI supporters and fundraisers. You’ll find Tobermory Lifeboat Station further along the colourful main street.
The Old Lifeboat House | Clacton, Essex
Tendring CAMRA Pub of the Year 2012-14 and Cider Pub of the Year 2015. If you don’t see its famous poltergeist over a pint you’ll definitely see Clacton-on-Sea Lifeboat Station further down the seafront.
The Old Lifeboat House Bistro | Penzance, Cornwall
Technically not a pub but a superb example of a 19th-century lifeboat station where you can eat and drink. A 5-minute drive from Penlee Lifeboat Station.
The Olde Ship Inn | Seahouses, Northumberland
Crew favourite. A veritable nautical museum, including a replica of Seahouses lifeboat. Fabulous views of the Farne Islands, home of Grace Darling.
The Pilot Inn | Dungeness, Kent
Long-time RNLI supporters and a much-loved watering hole for Dungeness lifeboat crew.
The Red Lion | Weymouth, Dorset
The RNLI receives 10p for every pint of Lifeboat Ale sold here. Weymouth Lifeboat Station is a 3-minute walk away.
The Wouldhave | South Shields, Tyne and Wear
Named after local parish clerk William Wouldhave, who invented the first self-righting lifeboat. A quick ferry ride will get you to Tynemouth Lifeboat Station on the north bank of the river.