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

Skerries Lifeboat Station

Skerries Lifeboat Station

Celebrating 100 years as a lifeboat station, Skerries has been operating as an inshore lifeboat station for nearly 25 years. Launching from the thriving fishing town, the B class Atlantic 85 lifeboat provides cover for part of the east coast of Ireland.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Skerries Lifeboat Station

1.59pm 18 July 2021
10.26pm 6 July 2021
2.56pm 4 July 2021
9.10pm 21 June 2021
1.21pm 16 June 2021
7.57pm 12 June 2021
1.41pm 8 May 2021
8.01pm 26 April 2021
6.14pm 24 April 2021
6.14pm 24 April 2021
6.58pm 21 April 2021
6.28pm 17 April 2021
2.33pm 10 April 2021
5.17am 10 April 2021
2.30pm 28 March 2021
2.30pm 28 March 2021
8.17pm 10 March 2021
4.03pm 25 January 2021
4.03pm 25 January 2021
12.40pm 24 January 2021

Today's weather

21°C Cloudy
Min: 12°C Max: 21°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Skerries Lifeboat Station
Harbour Road
Co. Dublin

Station phone number

01 849 1126

Accessibility

Parking

Visiting times

By appointment only

Visitor contact

Niall McGrotty

Visitor contact phone number

01 849 2502
087 241 8967

Connect with us

Website

News and media from Skerries Lifeboat Station

Skerries RNLI recovering the lifeboat with the swimmers on board
Article Rescue
Skerries RNLI bring seven people to safety over busy weekend
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Lyndsey Davey Dublin and Skerries Harps footballer
Article Sea safety
Dublin GAA footballer Lyndsey Davey backs RNLI summer water safety campaign
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Video Beach safety
RNLI/GAA Summer Campaign with Lyndsey Davey - Irish CC
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Video Beach safety
RNLI/GAA Summer Campaign with Lyndsey Davey
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