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

RNLI Criccieth Lifeboat Station

Criccieth Lifeboat Station

Established in 1853, Criccieth Lifeboat Station is located on the northern shores of Cardigan Bay. It currently operates a B class Atlantic 85 lifeboat and an Arancia inshore rescue boat. The crews have been presented with nine awards for gallantry.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Criccieth Lifeboat Station

4.40pm 9 September 2021
2.51pm 24 August 2021
2.51pm 24 August 2021
3.46pm 20 August 2021
1.07pm 17 August 2021
8.34pm 13 August 2021
2.21pm 31 July 2021
12.05pm 30 July 2021
7.17pm 24 July 2021
2.16pm 18 July 2021
1.24pm 17 July 2021
4.39pm 8 July 2021
1.57pm 3 July 2021
10.58am 30 June 2021
4.57pm 29 June 2021
3.01pm 12 June 2021
2.56pm 12 June 2021
5.25pm 18 May 2021
6.04pm 12 May 2021
6.04pm 12 May 2021

Today's weather

14°C Cloudy
Min: 9°C Max: 14°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Criccieth Lifeboat Station
Lon Felin
Criccieth
Gwynedd
LL52 0DN

Station phone number

01766 522810

Station email

Criccieth@rnli.org.uk

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking, disabled access  

Shop hours

1 March-Easter
Monday to Sunday 12pm-4pm

Easter-30 September
Monday to Sunday 11am-5pm

Summer holidays
Monday to Sunday 11am-8pm

September-31 October
Monday to Sunday 12pm-4pm

1 November-24 December
Saturday-Sunday

Opening hours will vary depending on volunteer availability.

Shop phone number

01766 523482

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News and media from Criccieth Lifeboat Station

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Criccieth’s inshore rescue boat
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Criccieth RNLI Lifeboat saves two walkers stranded by an incoming tide
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