RNLI Donaghadee Lifeboat Station

Donaghadee Lifeboat Station

Situated on the north east coast of County Down, Donaghadee has had a lifeboat station since 1910 and the crews have been presented with three awards for gallantry. The station now operates an all-weather Trent class lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Donaghadee Lifeboat Station

1.48pm 1 October 2019
1.30pm 1 October 2019
12.52pm 9 September 2019
8.15pm 26 August 2019
7.01pm 2 August 2019
1.23pm 1 August 2019
6.35pm 30 July 2019
7.09pm 24 July 2019
11.49am 20 July 2019
9.17am 14 July 2019
8.45am 13 July 2019
6.50pm 11 July 2019
6.50pm 11 July 2019
7.00pm 3 July 2019
4.30pm 20 June 2019
8.02am 20 June 2019
6.10pm 28 May 2019
4.55pm 26 May 2019
11.40pm 25 May 2019
3.25pm 23 May 2019

Today's weather

13°C Rain
Min: 9°C Max: 13°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Donaghadee Lifeboat Station
Donaghadee
Co. Down
BT21 0DG

Station phone number

028 9188 8556

Accessibility

Parking

Visiting times

By appointment only

Shop

32 The Parade
Donaghadee
County Down
BT21 0DG

Shop opening hours

January–March
Weekends only. 

1 April–December 2019
Monday–Saturday
11.30am-4.30pm

Sundays
2pm-4:30pm

Shop phone number

028918888079

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