Burry Port Lifeboat Station

Burry Port Lifeboat Station, located on the east side of Burry Port Marina, was established in 1973 and operates a B class Atlantic 75 and a D class lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Burry Port Lifeboat Station

2.46pm 27 November 2020
1.20pm 9 November 2020
1.52pm 8 November 2020
1.28pm 6 November 2020
10.36am 6 November 2020
6.27am 4 November 2020
6.54pm 3 November 2020
6.54pm 3 November 2020
7.44pm 22 October 2020
6.33pm 19 October 2020
4.59pm 15 October 2020
6.14pm 19 September 2020
6.14pm 19 September 2020
12.56pm 19 September 2020
8.22pm 18 September 2020
6.20pm 10 September 2020
12.13pm 5 September 2020
12.13pm 5 September 2020
3.46pm 30 August 2020
3.41pm 30 August 2020

Today's weather

11°C Cloudy
Min: 8°C Max: 11°C
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While our lifeboat stations remain operational and are continuing to launch to those at peril at sea, they are not currently open to visitors. 

Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Burry Port Lifeboat Station
The Harbour
Burry Port
Carmarthenshire
SA16 0ER

Station phone number

01554 8324991 (not 24 hours)

Station email address

burry-port@rnli.org.uk

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking

Visiting times

Easter-October Saturday-Sunday
Visits by appointment only.

Visitor contact

Lifeboat Operation Manager : Roger Bowen
07890 728584
Roger_Bowen@rnli.org.uk

Requests for educational visits for schools: education@rnli.org.uk 

Shop hours

Easter-October
Weekends and bank holidays

Lifeboat shop 

01554 832060 (when open)

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News and media from Burry Port Lifeboat Station

Article Lifeboats
Burry Port RNLI volunteers assist in multi-agency search
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Article Rescue
Haydn Miller launched to assist in search for broken down vessel
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Article Lifeboats
Burry Port's D Class 'Diane Hilary' called to action
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Bring the crew home safe this Christmas

Volunteer lifeboat crews are busier than ever. The risks they face are greater. The costs to keep them safe are rising. But income is falling. Can they and their families count on your kindness this Christmas?