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Irish Boating Updates on Inland Waterways, Rivers, Canals and Holidays
A search and recovery operation is underway upstream of the Carrick-on-Shannon town bridge for a distance of approximately 400m. The Garda Water Unit has divers in the water and both Garda and Civil Defence vessels are searching this area. Waterways Ireland has advised boats in the area to approach this area at slow speed and note any directions or instructions issued by the Garda or Civil Defence.
#INLAND – Socialist Party TD Clare Daly has called on the Minister for Arts Heritage and the Gaelteacht to prevent eviction of barge dwellers on the waterway at Naas in Co. Kildare but the body involved, Waterways Ireland, says it is 'working with the boat owners to provide moorings in the immediate area or full serviced moorings in Shannon Harbour'. Daly claims residents moored near Naas in County Kildare at Lowtown have without warning been told by Waterways Ireland that…
#INLAND WATERWAYS – As the 2012 Irish boating season kicks off this weekend Waterways Ireland authority has warned boat owners on the Erne System that following a period of dry weather the water levels on Lower Lough Erne are below those normally experienced at this time of year. Boat owners, particularly those with deep drafts, are advised to proceed with caution, keep well clear of all hazards, remain central in the navigation channels and proceed with care when approaching moorings.
#INLAND WATERWAYS - Officials at the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) are attempting to find the source of a pollutant that resulted in a fish kill on the Threemilewater river in recent weeks. The Newtownabbey Times reports that more than 120 trout and salmon parr have been found dead on the short stretch of river between Mossley Mill and Doagh Road in Newtownabbey, Co Antrim. John Webster of the Threemilewater Conservation and Angling Association speculated that the pollutant may have…
#INLAND WATERWAYS - Three months on from Minister Jimmy Deenihan's statement on the Ulster Canal regeneration project, and there is little to update on its progress. As reported on Afloat.ie last December, the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht replied to a written question from Cork East Sinn Féin deputy Sandra McLennan that the project is "progressing'"despite a U-turn on Government funding, and confirmed that Waterways Ireland would solely fund the scheme from its annual allocations. However, the minister's…
#INLAND – The Winter Mooring period in Public Harbours on the Shannon Navigation and the Shannon –Erne Waterway has ends onSat 31 Mar 2012. Thereafter the Navigation Bye-law No. 17(3) applies and vessels should not berth in the same harbour for longer than the statutory period of five consecutive days nor more than a total of seven days in any one month. The full notice from Waterways Ireland is downloadable below.
#INLAND – Killaloe and Ballina have been taken the opportunity to have a Discover Day on April 29th 2012. Local business has a key role to play in raising awareness of the tourism assets of Killaloe & Ballina to local people. The Discover Day aims to facilitate them to do that to a wider audience. A committee of local business people and voluntary groups, chaired by Doug Hyde of Satyma has been working to compile the content for the brochure…
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