As one of the busiest Inshore Lifeboat stations in Scotland, our crew are called out frequently. Queensferry Lifeboat were called out 102 times in 2021, coming to the aid of 170 people and carrying out multiple searches and other taskings.
2023 so far we have been called out 95 times.
Below are a few of the callouts we had last year. For regular updates on our most recent shouts follow us on:
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Dog rescue at Gypsy Brae.
South Queensferry Coastguard Ropes team were able to gain safe access.
Broken down vessel on the rocks at North Queensferry.
Made secure by South Queensferry Coastguard team.
Queensferry RNLI Lifeboat Station rescued a dog who had got stuck after jumping a wall and landing on the rocky breakwater at Gypsy Brae.
Late finish after shout No. 77 waiting for the tide to come in so we could then recover the Lifeboat.
Tasked to assist a a multi agency search with RNLI Kinghorn, for a kayak with 2 persons on board.
Tasked to a group of people stranded on Cramond Island.
For safe crossing times please see our 'Cramond Times' page.
Two taskings to people in the water. Both resolved successfully.
Tasked to 8 children reported to be in difficulty in the water off Musselburgh.
Tasked to a vessel sinking in Inverkeithing Bay. Was established no casualties were on board, and the vessel was in a derelict state.