Officers at the Malin Head Coast Guard Rescue Coordination Centre helped save 64 lives in the past year.
The latest figures reveal the Donegal centre played a vital part in rescue operations around the country.
Out of a total of 616 incidents they were involved in, the centre assisted 482 people in distress in 2022.
It proved to be another hugely busy year for officers at the station.
However, while wishing the public a very Happy New Year, the crew of the centre paid tribute to all their colleagues.
A spokesperson said “We could not do the job we do without the dedication of the amazing volunteers in our Coast Guard Units and RNLI Stations.
“A special word of thanks to the crews of R118 helicopter based at Sligo Airport who we work so closely with on a daily basis.
“From all of us at MRSC Malin Head we would like to take this opportunity to wish you a Happy and very safe New Year.”