RNLI shops, museums and the College will open as Government guidance allows. Lifeboat stations remain operational but are not open to visitors.

RNLI Rosslare Harbour Lifeboat Station

Rosslare Harbour Lifeboat Station

Established in 1838, Rosslare Harbour Lifeboat Station has seen lifeboats stationed at both Rosslare Fort and Wexford. The crews have been presented with over 35 awards for gallantry.
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Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Rosslare Harbour Lifeboat Station

1.36am 20 July 2021
9.12pm 13 July 2021
5.06pm 9 July 2021
1.25pm 13 June 2021
11.15am 2 June 2021
7.45am 15 May 2021
6.22pm 7 May 2021
12.06pm 20 April 2021
3.16pm 20 October 2020
1.04pm 28 July 2020
1.04pm 28 July 2020
4.47pm 26 July 2020
4.47pm 26 July 2020
10.02am 20 July 2020
10.02am 20 July 2020
4.56pm 11 July 2020
4.56pm 11 July 2020
1.44pm 28 June 2020
1.44pm 28 June 2020
1.44pm 28 June 2020

Today's weather

17°C Cloudy
Min: 15°C Max: 17°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Rosslare Harbour Lifeboat Station
Co. Wexford

Station phone number

053 9133249

Accessibility

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Visiting times

Please contact the station to arrange a visit.

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News and media from Rosslare Harbour Lifeboat Station

Article Lifeboats
Three Irish lifeboats called out to assist 4,000 tonne cargo vessel in danger
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Dunmore East RNLI, Kilmore Quay RNLI and Rosslare RNLI were launched on Tuesday (20 October) to reports of a four thousand tonne cargo vessel, the Lily B, which suffered engine failure off Hook Head on the Wexford coast. The three lifeboat battled to keep the vessel away from shore while they awaiting a tug en route from Waterford.
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Three RNLI lifeboats called out to assist 4,000 tonne cargo vessel off Wexford
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Article Statistics
Dauntless Courage: Book Celebrating the History of the Dunmore East RNLI
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