Port Erin Lifeboat Station

Port Erin Lifeboat Station

Situated in a fishing village, Port Erin Lifeboat Station is one of five on the Isle of Man and has been operating for over 120 years.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Port Erin Lifeboat Station

8.54pm 3 June 2021
2.35pm 24 May 2021
2.54pm 1 May 2021
4.12pm 31 January 2021
5.24pm 23 January 2021
5.24pm 23 January 2021
7.32pm 13 August 2020
7.26pm 13 August 2020
1.58pm 29 May 2020
11.01am 21 March 2020
3.24pm 1 January 2020
6.10pm 23 November 2019
5.03pm 7 November 2019
5.03pm 7 November 2019
4.54pm 7 November 2019
4.43pm 7 November 2019
4.43pm 7 November 2019
5.54pm 21 July 2019
10.59pm 30 June 2019
10.49pm 30 June 2019

Today's weather

13°C Rain
Min: 11°C Max: 13°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

Port Erin Lifeboat Station
Breakwater Road
Port Erin
Isle of Man
British Isles

Station phone number

01624 832154


Parking, disabled parking, disabled access

Visiting times

Open daily: 10.30am–4pm or by request
Don't miss: crew training on Sunday mornings

Visitor contact

Chris Burton

Visitor contact phone number

07624 496057

Shop hours

All our shops are run by volunteers who take great pride in keeping them open whenever possible, if you are planning a special trip to visit this shop it may be best to call ahead to check the opening times.

News and media from Port Erin Lifeboat Station

Port Erin Lifeboat searching in port erin
Article Rescue
Port Erin RNLI Lifeboat volunteers Launch to a missing person
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Port Erin Lifeboat B-813 returning from service with a deflated tender at the bow of the lifeboat
Article Sea safety
Port Erin RNLI lifeboat launched to an upturned dinghy
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Article Rescue
Port St Mary and Port Erin RNLI called to reports of a missing vessel
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Will you answer our Mayday call?

RNLI lifesavers are used to answering emergency calls, but today they’re putting out a call of their own. Your kind donation could help them carry on saving lives during their busiest time. Will you answer that call?