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

RNLI Troon Lifeboat Station

Troon Lifeboat Station

Established in 1871, the lifeboat station at Troon covers the lower Firth of Clyde with its two lifeboats – a D class inshore lifeboat and a Trent class all-weather lifeboat. Crew members have received three RNLI medals for gallantry.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Troon Lifeboat Station

6.20pm 27 July 2021
10.02am 25 July 2021
7.06pm 24 July 2021
10.19pm 23 July 2021
6.45pm 23 July 2021
12.15am 23 July 2021
12.15am 23 July 2021
8.46pm 22 July 2021
10.02pm 19 July 2021
8.31pm 19 July 2021
6.58pm 18 July 2021
12.28pm 15 July 2021
12.28pm 15 July 2021
10.39pm 9 July 2021
10.33pm 9 July 2021
10.33pm 9 July 2021
10.33pm 9 July 2021
3.10pm 9 July 2021
3.10pm 9 July 2021
6.07pm 19 June 2021

Today's weather

17°C Rain
Min: 12°C Max: 17°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Troon Lifeboat Station
The Harbour
Troon
Ayrshire
KA10 6DX

Station phone number

01292 314414

Accessibility

Parking, disabled parking, disabled access. There is ground floor access only for disabled visitors.

Visiting times

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm 
Visits are welcome outside of these times by prior arrangement.

Shop hours

Tuesday-Saturday
10am-4pm

Shop phone number

01292 313765

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News and media from Troon Lifeboat Station

The casualty vessel alongside with fire and coastguard teams
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Troon RNLI lifeboat assists fishing vessel after fire onboard
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Troon RNLI inshore lifeboat approaching Ardrossan
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Busy weekend for Troon RNLI lifeboat crew
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Troon RNLI D class inshore lifeboat Sheena heading to Irvine
Article Rescue
Two callouts for Troon RNLI lifeboat crew
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Troon RNLI all-weather lifeboat RNLB Jim Moffat at speed from the side deck
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Troon RNLI lifeboat launches to a person cut off by the tide
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Will you answer our Mayday call?

RNLI lifesavers are used to answering emergency calls, but today they’re putting out a call of their own. Your kind donation could help them carry on saving lives during their busiest time. Will you answer that call?