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Irish Boating Updates on Inland Waterways, Rivers, Canals and Holidays
Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels and boats that Sarsfield's Lock will be on restricted service from the 12th to 22nd Oct 2011. During this time the lock will operate from 10am to 4pm daily. Masters and owners are requested to ring the lockkeeper on 353 (0)87 7972998 the day prior to making their passage. Waterways Ireland thanks its customers for their cooperation in this matter.
Thursday, 29 September 2011 19:35

Waterways Returns to the Screen This Sunday

Waterways returns to RTÉ television after 16 years off the air this coming Sunday. The original award-winning 1990s documentary series saw naturalist and poet Dick Warner undertake an epic journey traversing the canals of Ireland by barge. This year filmmaker Stephen Rooke accompanied Warner as he returned to our inland waterways, this time to explore the newly restored Royal Canal and celebrate the reopening of the entire route from Dublin to the Shannon. http://afloat.ie/inland/inland-waterways/ As previously reported on Afloat.ie, Warner…
Waterways Ireland has confirmed that work will begin on the Royal Canal to excavate and reline 410 metres of the canal that runs between Lock 6 and 7 in the Phibsborough/Cabra area. The work is key to keeping the Canal navigable for a range of boats and will also address seepage through the canal embankment adjacent to Shandon Gardens. The work which requires the dewatering of the canal will remove sediment and rubbish deposits from the central navigation channel before…
Minister Jimmy Deenihan TD Dept of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (DAHG) and Minister Carál Ní Chuilín, MLA, Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure(DCAL) met delegates from 12 EU countries, Norway and Serbia at a dinner this evening in Dublin Castle to mark the Waterways Forward Masterclasses taking place in Dublin and Enniskillen on the 14th and 15th September. Facilitated by Waterways Ireland the Masterclasses take place as part of the Waterways Forward INTERREG IVC Project. The Waterways Forward project…
In a recent reconnoitre carried out by members of the Heritage Boat Association (HBA) and the Portlaw Heritage Group, long lost structures of our boating heritage were located and identified. Four boats of the Heritage Boat Association, including Heritage Barges 68M and 72M, navigated the Clodiagh to Portlaw recently, the first time that barges have moored at the old Quay in 75 years. They discovered the Portlaw Graving Docks at the Quay and based on the information in some of…
A major search operation will today get under way in the Strabane area to find missing man David Calhoun, the Belfast Telegraph reports. The 22-year-old is feared drowned after fleeing from police in the direction of the River Mourne in the early hours of Sunday 22 May. He has not been seen since. Rescue workers and volunteers will today begin searching stretched of the Mourne and Lough Foyle for any trace of Colhoun, from nearby Lifford in Co Donegal. Joining…
Waterways Ireland is facilitating Masterclasses in Dublin and Enniskillen from the 14-15 September 2011 for the 17 EU partners involved in the Waterways Forward INTERREG IVC Project. The Waterways Forward project is focused on the 'enhancement of the management and the boosting of socio-economic development of regional inland waterways and their adjacent waterways' right across Europe. The Masterclasses will address issues around the sustainable development of inland waterways and the potential impact of climate change on regional inland waterways across…
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