Sligo Bay Lifeboat Station

Sligo Bay Lifeboat Station

Located in the picturesque village of Rosses Point, Sligo Bay Lifeboat Station operates an inshore B class Atlantic 85 and covers the area between Downpatrick Head and Inismurray Island. The station was established in 1998.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Sligo Bay Lifeboat Station

6.39pm 31 May 2021
6.19pm 28 May 2021
6.19pm 28 May 2021
6.53pm 12 May 2021
10.27pm 27 April 2021
10.30am 30 March 2021
4.26pm 30 January 2021
9.46am 19 December 2020
5.56pm 16 December 2020
4.25pm 22 November 2020
2.48pm 22 November 2020
3.15pm 8 November 2020
11.39am 7 November 2020
3.48pm 6 November 2020
1.55am 11 October 2020
3.47am 27 September 2020
3.26pm 13 September 2020
3.26pm 13 September 2020
12.07am 9 September 2020
12.07am 9 September 2020

Today's weather

19°C Rain
Min: 11°C Max: 19°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

Sligo-Bay Lifeboat Station
Rosses Point
Co Sligo F91CF54

Station phone number

07191 77723

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Visiting times

Please contact the station to arrange a visit. The lifeboat usually launches for training on Thursday nights and Sunday mornings.

Lifeboat Visits Officer

Liz Ledon
sligolifeboat@gmail.com

News and media from Sligo Bay Lifeboat Station

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Swimmer rescued by Sligo Bay RNLI urges people to support Christmas Appeal
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Sligo Bay RNLI in rescue of 4 swimmers who get into difficulty off Rosses Point
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Article People
Sligo Bay RNLI launch to assist lone surfer ahead of Storm Ellen
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Sligo Bay RNLI involved in rescue of swimmer in Rosses Point
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