Welcome to Barmouth Lifeboat Web Site.
We hope you will find the site informative and interesting.
is an RNLI "Explore" category station offering you the opportunity
to enjoy the station and lifeboats close at hand, all free of charge. Subject
to operational requirements and availability of staff, you can go inside and
look around the station. Please look at our Contact
& Visits page for more information.
Pictured here being recovered after a practise launch is Barmouth's RNLB Moira Barrie, a Mersey class lifeboat which first arrived on station in 1992.
Barmouth lifeboat station has operated an all weather lifeboat for nearly 180 years. Today, a carriage-launched Mersey class and an inshore D class lifeboat launch over the beach to avoid the harbour bar. Lifeboat crews are volunteers, who come from all walks of life, and give up their time and comfort to carry out rescues and save lives at sea on the lifeboats.
Thirteen awards for gallantry have been presented at Barmouth.
This website is dedicated to all those who have served on the Barmouth Lifeboats since the early 1820's and to the volunteer crews who continue to serve 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Sunday 24th May 12 noon - Boathouse Rocks - see our Calendar page
the Official RNLI national site - visit:
or click on the "Lifeboats" logo on any page
General Inquiries about the Barmouth lifeboat station or information shown on
this website please go to our Contact & Visits
For information about the website or the photographs used please refer to our Acknowledgements page or
email us at - Barmouth Lifeboats
A charity registered in England and Wales (209603) and Scotland (SCO37736). Charity number CHY 2678 in the Republic of Ireland