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Dublin Bay Sailing and Boating News
#NEWchairperson – Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company has a new chairperson, Eithne Scott Lennon, CEO of the Fitzpatrick's Killiney Castle Hotel, who becomes the first female to take this board position. As Business & Leadership reports, Scott Lennon has been an active member of the board since 1994 and played a significant role in the development of the Masterplan, which aims to realise the harbour's potential as a major marine, leisure, cultural and tourism destination. Official confirmation of her appointment by…
#urbanbeach – Members of the public have five days left to share their views on a proposed new floating swimming pool and 'urban beach' facility for Dún Laoghaire Harbour. The facility is being developed by Dún Laoghaire Harbour Company as part of its long-term 'Masterplan' for the Harbour. A consultation on the proposed new facility has been underway for the past month, and will close at 5pm on Friday, 27th September. The plan for Dún Laoghaire Harbour includes a floating…
The Irish Nautical Trust has announced plans for the creation of a 'Cargo Maritime Village' on Charlotte Quay, Grand Canal Basin in Dublin 4. The Irish Nautical Trust (established in 1986) has a dual mandate of preserving our national nautical heritage and the creation and support of employment and enterprise in the South Inner City. Cargo Maritime Village in Dublin is both a response and solution to the economic downturn with its low cost, low risk ethos and will create…
#bullisland – Dublin Port Company today announced a proposal to transfer its ownership of a significant and strategic portion of Bull Island to Dublin City Council to hold in perpetuity for the people of Dublin and future generations. Dublin Port Company will also partner with Dublin City Council and Fáilte Ireland in a feasibility study for a new interpretative centre and international visitor experience at the UNESCO designated Bull Island biosphere, and will contribute towards the development of a master…
#FlightFest – L.E. Emer's (P21) last large-scale public duty in Dublin Port took place at yesterday's Flight Fest flyover spectacular which according to organisers drew around 130,000 spectators, writes Jehan Ashmore. The Naval Service's eldest fleet member was built by Verolme Cork Dockyard in 1978 and she berthed at North Wall Quay in front of the impressive backdrop of the National Convention Centre. Tours were available onboard the sell-listed OPV on what would be the last such opportunity during her…
#FlightFest – L.E. Emer (P21) as previously reported will officially launch tomorrow's Flight Fest spectacular above Dublin Port and she will be open to public tours before retiring with less than a week to go, writes Jehan Ashmore. The eldest member of the Naval Service fleet is berthed at North Wall Quay which is downriver from the Samuel Beckett swing-bridge which will not be accessible for vehicles but kept open to plane-watchers. Organisers of the festival involving street events starting…
#FlightFest - Though the weather forecast isn't looking great for the day, organisers of FlightFest on the River Liffey say the full schedule is proceeding as planned for this Sunday 15 September. The once-in-a-lifetime aviation celebration, in conjunction with The Gathering 2013, will see more than 30 aircraft - old and new - take part in a spectacular low-level fly past to dazzle onlookers in Dublin's Docklands Thousands are expected to line the quays between the Custom House and Dublin…
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