Ramsey Lifeboat Station

Ramsey Lifeboat Station

One of five lifeboat stations on the Isle of Man, Ramsey has celebrated nearly 130 years of saving lives at sea. Nine station lifeboats have served at Ramsey with today’s carriage-launched Shannon class lifeboat carrying out rescues to both leisure and commercial vessels.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Ramsey Lifeboat Station

1.06am 22 May 2022
1.18pm 19 March 2022
4.32pm 7 January 2022
4.39pm 25 September 2021
1.28pm 31 August 2021
1.20pm 25 July 2021
3.17pm 29 May 2021
10.29pm 26 February 2021
3.59pm 1 November 2020
1.43pm 23 August 2020
2.49pm 31 July 2020
7.09pm 21 July 2020
5.30pm 7 June 2020
3.47pm 26 November 2019
3.37pm 26 November 2019
3.29pm 26 November 2019
3.29pm 26 November 2019
3.26pm 26 November 2019
3.26pm 26 November 2019
7.46am 21 October 2019

Today's weather

14°C Rain
Min: 9°C Max: 14°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Ramsey Lifeboat Station
Queens Promenade
Isle of Man
British Isles
IM8 1BH

Station phone number

01624 812169

Visiting times

Monday–Friday 9am–5pm
Don't miss: crew training – alternate Thursdays and Sundays (Phone for details)

Visitor contact

Alistair Clague

Visitor contact phone number

01624 812169

Shop hours

January-February
Thursday-Saturday
10am-4pm

March-December
Monday-Saturday
10am-4pm

Open Holidays
10am-4pm

Shop phone number

01624 813321

News and media from Ramsey Lifeboat Station

Article Fundraising
Rescued sailor joins RNLI Mayday call as figures reveal busy year for Manx crews
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Article Lifeboats
Ramsey RNLI welcomes new Shannon Class lifeboat
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Have you got an understanding or knowledge of water-based activities and would you like to support the work of the RNLI on the Isle of Man, but not be tied to a pager? Then the volunteer Water Safety Officer might be the role for you. The RNLI are recruiting a volunteer Water Safety Officer to bring together water safety activities across the Isle of Man.
Article Sea safety
Volunteer needed to lead RNLI Water Safety plan on the Isle of Man
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