Howth Lifeboat Station

Howth Lifeboat Station

For nearly 190 years an all-weather lifeboat has launched into Dublin Bay from Howth and the crews have been honoured with 20 awards for gallantry. Today the station operates both a Trent class lifeboat and an inshore D class lifeboat.
RNLI pager on a chart with a pair of dividers

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Howth Lifeboat Station

12.12pm 19 April 2019
3.55pm 18 April 2019
8.24am 18 March 2019
6.11am 1 March 2019
11.30am 16 February 2019
10.39am 20 January 2019
1.19pm 17 January 2019
12.11pm 17 November 2018
6.06pm 21 August 2018
5.00am 14 August 2018
5.01am 11 August 2018
7.06pm 25 July 2018
5.15pm 23 July 2018
5.14pm 23 July 2018
9.22pm 22 July 2018
10.34am 27 June 2018
4.47pm 24 June 2018
5.27pm 20 June 2018
9.35am 12 June 2018
3.17pm 7 June 2018

Today's weather

12°C Rain
Min: 8°C Max: 12°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Howth Lifeboat Station
Howth Harbour
Middle Pier
Co. Dublin

Station phone number

018 393 311

Accessibility

Parking, disabled access

Visiting times

Generally 10am–4pm daily

Visitor contact

Ian Sheridan - appointment only

Visitor contact phone number

018 393 311

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News and media from Howth Lifeboat Station

Howth RNLI rescue 2 people and their sailing vessel after it started to sink
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Article Lifeboats
Howth RNLI rescue 2 people and their sailing vessel after it started to sink
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All in a Row mammoth 8 hour challenge on River Liffey will raise funds for RNLI
Article Sea safety
All in a Row mammoth 8 hour challenge on River Liffey will raise funds for RNLI
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Howth RNLI rescue three people and their sailing vessel which had lost steering
Howth RNLI rescue 3 people and their sailing vessel which had lost steering
Article Sea safety
Howth RNLI rescue three people and their sailing vessel which had lost steering
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