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

RNLI Crosshaven Lifeboat Station

Crosshaven Lifeboat Station

Established in 2000 and located in the picturesque village of Crosshaven on the Owenabue River, Crosshaven Lifeboat Station is one of the newest lifeboat stations in Ireland. It operates an inshore B class Atlantic 75 lifeboat.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Crosshaven Lifeboat Station

9.37pm 20 July 2021
5.55pm 10 July 2021
5.14pm 30 June 2021
5.39pm 27 June 2021
12.21pm 25 June 2021
8.01pm 26 April 2021
11.37am 11 April 2021
5.16pm 8 April 2021
5.46pm 2 April 2021
3.41pm 17 March 2021
5.09pm 28 February 2021
2.44pm 27 February 2021
6.41pm 25 January 2021
12.47am 15 October 2020
11.59am 14 October 2020
5.19pm 29 September 2020
12.50pm 19 September 2020
12.50pm 19 September 2020
7.35pm 23 August 2020
7.35pm 23 August 2020

Today's weather

17°C Rain
Min: 9°C Max: 17°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Crosshaven Lifeboat Station
Hugh Coveney Pier
Co Cork

Station phone number

021 483 1999


Parking, disabled access

Visiting times

By appointment only

Visitor contact

Patsy Fegan

Visitor contact phone number

086 1515628
087 8126963

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