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Irish Boating Updates on Inland Waterways, Rivers, Canals and Holidays
Shillington's Quay in Portadown is set for redevelopment thanks to a significant grant from the European Union. The Portadown Times reports that half of the borough's £200,000 (€230,000) funding will be used for a new floating jetty and environmental improvements for the Newry Canal quay area, which was last used as a working port in the 1930s. http://afloat.ie/port-news/port-and-shipping-news A total of £2.5 million (€2.9 million) has been earmarked by the EU for promoting tourism in the cross-border East Border Region,…
Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all masters of vessels and users of the Shannon - Erne Waterway that the stretch of navigation between Lock 14 Drumduff and Lock 15 Tirmactiernan will be closed from 7th November 2011 to the end of March 2012 to facilitate essential maintenance works. Waterways Ireland regrets any inconvenience that this may cause its customers.
Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and users of the Shannon Navigation to expect increased water levels and strong currents following recent heavy rainfall particularly when navigating in the vicinity of jetties, locks and bridges and to note that some jetties are currently submerged and unavailable for mooring while others remain at risk while present weather conditions pertain and also for some time later. Warning signs have been placed at the access to these facilities. Specific area warnings for North…
Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all masters and users of the Shannon Navigation that the moorings adjacent to the park building at Lough Key Forest Park will be closed to facilitate installation of new floating moorings from 21st October 2011 until 31st.January 2012. Alternative moorings are available in the park at the fixed jetties close by. As part of the works, the public slipway at the park will be closed from 24th to 26th October 2011 to provide materials access.…
A search and recovery operation is being conducted from Banagher bridge downstream towards Meelick Lock. A number of vessels are involved including a dive vessel and a sonar search craft. Waterways Ireland request masters of vessels to proceed at slow speed and with minimum wash when in the area to avoid hindering or upsetting the search craft.
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 16:07

Lock and Portumna Bridge Times

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels and boats of the Shannon Navigation that the schedule of lock and bridge opening times below will take effect from Nov 2 2011until 13 Mar 2012 inclusive. Locks. Weekdays: 0900 to 1230 Sunday: 1000 to 1230 Portumna Bridge. Weekdays: 0945 1100 1200 Sunday: 1100 1200 View Larger Map
Waterways Ireland has begun work to restore navigation depths for boat traffic around Sarsfield Lock, and the Abbey River areas of the Shannon Navigation in Limerick City. The maintenance dredging contract involves the removal of approximately 20,000 tonnes of silt, clay and gravel. It is also proposed to remove the existing breakwater unit and anchors at the exit from the Abbey River. The breakwater will be replaced with a floating weir protection boom. The section of Navigation to be dredged…
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