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Kilmore

Kilmore Quay Lifeboat Station

An all-weather lifeboat has launched from the rural fishing village of Kilmore Quay since 1847. The crews have been awarded 10 medals for gallantry and today the station operates a Tamar class lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Kilmore Quay Lifeboat Station

4.02pm 22 April 2022
3.08pm 16 April 2022
11.46am 4 April 2022
11.14am 9 December 2021
4.45pm 17 October 2021
1.07pm 16 October 2021
9.30am 22 September 2021
12.29pm 11 September 2021
2.50pm 5 September 2021
1.41pm 28 August 2021
6.29am 21 August 2021
4.25pm 18 August 2021
10.32am 15 August 2021
2.50am 12 August 2021
7.00pm 3 August 2021
8.35am 1 August 2021
5.55pm 26 July 2021
3.04pm 26 July 2021
1.30pm 25 July 2021
1.25pm 25 July 2021

Today's weather

14°C Rain
Min: 12°C Max: 14°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Kilmore Quay Lifeboat Station
Lifeboat House
Kilmore Quay
Co. Wexford

Station phone number

053 912 9690

Visiting times

By arrangement only

Visitor contact phone number

053 912 9690

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News and media from Kilmore Quay Lifeboat Station

Article Rescue
Kilmore Quay RNLI launch to yacht with injured crew member
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Article Sea safety
Kilmore Quay RNLI tasked twice over Easter weekend
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Article People
New shop volunteers needed to help save lives at sea in Wexford
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The attached photo shows Kilmore Quay RNLI crew onboard the RNLB Killarney in Kilmore Quay marina, with Grainne O'Brien (20 Dips in December Organizer), John Grace (Lifeboat Operations Manager), Johnny Moore (Chair of the Kilmore Quay RNLI Fundraising Committee, Melinda Kehoe (20 Dips in December Organizer), and Tommy Kehoe standing on the marina alongside.
Article Fundraising
Tommy Tops One Thousand Euro in aid of Kilmore Quay RNLI
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