Enniskillen Lifeboat Station

Enniskillen Lifeboat Station

Enniskillen is the first RNLI inland station to operate in Northern Ireland and the second inland lifeboat station to open. With inland waterways being increasingly used for pleasure, the RNLI has evolved its service to include selected inland waterways.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Enniskillen Lifeboat Station

9.36pm 14 December 2020
2.06pm 7 November 2020
5.37pm 31 October 2020
1.27pm 8 October 2020
5.37pm 23 September 2020
7.53pm 29 August 2020
7.53pm 29 August 2020
3.55pm 22 August 2020
3.49am 20 August 2020
12.43am 15 August 2020
5.00pm 12 August 2020
10.42am 5 August 2020
12.30pm 28 July 2020
7.26pm 24 July 2020
8.27pm 19 July 2020
2.17pm 20 June 2020
11.32am 31 May 2020
10.52pm 18 February 2020
1.35pm 25 August 2019
3.56pm 14 August 2019

Today's weather

8°C Cloudy
Min: -3°C Max: 8°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

Enniskillen (Lower) Lifeboat Station
Lough Erne Yacht Club
Co. Fermanagh
BT94 7NZ

Station phone number

02866 388019


Parking, disabled parking, disabled access

Visiting times

By appointment only

Visitor contact

Gary Jones 

Visitor contact phone number

07812 108154

News and media from Enniskillen Lifeboat Station

Article Lifeboats
Ederney RNLI family in appeal for support for charity this Christmas
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Article People
Enniskillen RNLI volunteers bring six people to safety during Storm Ellen
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Article People
Carrybridge and Enniskillen RNLI volunteers facing the Perfect Storm
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The first Swim Safe Session held at the Share Centre, county Fermanagh
Article Sea safety
RNLI Swim Safe sessions in Fermanagh hailed a great success
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Bring hope, even on the darkest days

Coronavirus has delayed crucial crew training and lifeboat maintenance. A kind donation from you could help keep our crews safe and ready to rescue. Will you give us hope this spring?