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Afloat.ie: Erne Closure of Jetties and Pump Outs

22nd December 2009
Afloat.ie: Erne Closure of Jetties and Pump Outs

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all masters, owners and inland waterway users that the undermentioned public moorings will be closed as a result of damage caused by the recent flooding.  These moorings will remain closed until repairs have been carried out.

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all masters, owners and waterway users that the undermentioned public moorings will be closed as a result of damage caused by the recent flooding.  These moorings will remain closed until repairs have been carried out.

Notices of closure have been posted at these locations. It is imperative, for safety reasons, that members of the public stay clear of these jetties and that Masters of vessels do not moor alongside them.

The jetties to be closed are:

Lower Lough Erne

Camagh Bay

Carrickreagh

Castle Caldwell

Crevinishaughy Island North

Inish Davar Island

Inishmacsaint Island

Magho

Muckross

Rossclare

Rossigh

Trory

Tully Castle

White Island

Upper Lough Erne & Inter Lough Channel

Bun Bridge

Cloonatrig

Corradillar

Crom

Derryadd

Derryvore

Tirraroe

Tullyinishmore

In addition the jetties at Crevinishaughy Island East on Lower Lough Erne, Naan Island on Upper Lough Erne and at Erneside Shopping Centre in Enniskillen will remain closed for upgrading construction works.

Sewage holding tank pump-outs at Galloon and Carrybridge are closed for repairs due to flood damage.  Pump-out facilities remain available at Belleek and Castle Archdale on Lower Lough Erne, Knockninny on Upper Lough Erne and at the Round ‘O’ in Enniskillen

Waterways Ireland regrets any inconvenience that this disruption may cause to its customers.

For further details please contact the Lough Erne Warden on +44 (0)28 6632 2836

 

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