RNLI, Coastguard and Lighthouse
The Shoreham Harbour RNLI Lifeboat Station is located next to the lighthouse at Kingston Beach near the Shoreham Harbour entrance
For more information the lifeboat station and to find out when it is open to visit, or for information about the RNLI and how to make a donation, please see the:
The Shoreham Lighthouse dates from 1842, was first used in 1846 and was modernised in the 1880s.
It is located next to the lifeboat station at Kingston Beach near the Shoreham Harbour entrance
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The Shoreham Coastguard is based in Ham Business Centre, off Brighton Road (A259)/Humphrey's Gap, in Shoreham-by-Sea.
For information about the Shoreham Coastguard service please see the:
For information about the national coastguard service please see the:
The National Coastwatch Institution is restoring a visual watch over the UK coastline keeping a look out for safety of people and alerting the correct organisation in case of incidents.
The Shoreham NCI Lookout Station is located next to Shoreham Fort on the eastern end of Shoreham Beach at the entrance to the Shoreham Port and the mouth of the River Adur.
There are over 50 locations around the UK, many having 'Declared Facility Status' with the Marine Coastguard agency.
Registered as a charity, it is a service on watch for your safety, manned by volunteers.
For more information, and to find out when it is open to visit, please see the:
Photo: © National Coastwatch Institution
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Page last updated: 06 March 2020