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

4.03pm 25 January 2021
4.03pm 25 January 2021
12.40pm 24 January 2021
4.31pm 22 January 2021
12.26am 16 January 2021
12.26am 16 January 2021
2.47pm 28 November 2020
11.39am 16 November 2020
12.14pm 10 November 2020
9.47am 15 October 2020
4.24pm 6 October 2020
6.53pm 12 September 2020
6.53pm 12 September 2020
8.38pm 1 September 2020
8.38pm 1 September 2020
1.02pm 7 August 2020
1.02pm 7 August 2020
11.01pm 5 August 2020
11.01pm 5 August 2020
4.21pm 2 August 2020

Today's weather

9°C Rain
Min: 2°C Max: 9°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

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 volunteers returning to the lifeboat
Article Rescue
Skerries RNLI respond to reports of swimmer in distress
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Skerries RNLI volunteers watch as Rescue 116 prepares to winch the casualties
Article Rescue
Busy weekend for Skerries RNLI volunteers
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Skerries RNLI approaching the vessel in the darkger
Article Lifeboats
First rescue of the year for Skerries RNLI
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Joe May with his mum Teresa
Article People
Skerries RNLI volunteer crew member and his mum feature in Christmas appeal
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