RNLI shops, museums and the College will open as Government guidance allows. Lifeboat stations remain operational but are not open to visitors.

Carrybridge Lifeboat Station

Carrybridge Lifeboat Station

Once part of Enniskillen lifeboat station, Carrybridge helps provide protection for those who use Upper Lough Erne and its surrounding inland waterways.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Carrybridge Lifeboat Station

11.34am 23 July 2021
12.00am 19 July 2021
8.14pm 18 July 2021
4.14pm 18 July 2021
4.13pm 11 July 2021
4.14pm 19 June 2021
9.10pm 13 June 2021
4.47am 10 June 2021
6.35pm 29 May 2021
8.22pm 25 May 2021
5.08pm 22 May 2021
3.47pm 8 May 2021
3.36pm 25 April 2021
3.53pm 3 April 2021
5.38pm 7 March 2021
4.47pm 2 January 2021
4.47pm 2 January 2021
5.17pm 22 November 2020
10.07am 21 November 2020
1.46pm 19 September 2020

Today's weather

26°C Cloudy
Min: 13°C Max: 26°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Carrybridge Lifeboat Station
23 Inishmore Road
Gola
Lisbellaw
Co. Fermanagh
BT94 5DQ

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking and disabled access

Visiting times

By appointment only

Visitor contact

Contact Stephen Scott (Lifeboat Operations Manager) or Peter Scott (Community Safety Volunteer/Education)

Visitor contact number

Stephen Scott – 07557 312663
Peter Scott – 07788 711743

News and media from Carrybridge Lifeboat Station

Carrybridge RNLI assist four people on two separate call outs
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Carrybridge RNLI assist one person on grounded cruiser
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Carrybridge RNLI assist seven people on two separate call outs
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Carrybridge RNLI assist seven people on two separate call outs
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Carrybridge RNLI assist two people on broken down fishing boat
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Carrybridge RNLI assist two people on broken down fishing boat
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