Locks will reopen for longer and winter mooring will end on the Shannon Navigation from Monday 29 June, Waterways Ireland has announced.
As previously reported, electricity and water services have been reconnected, and normal pump-out facilities are available.
However, Waterways Ireland service blocks will remain closed for the time being across its network of inland waterways.
And the five-day mooring rule will be in force from Monday 29 June. Boaters to not need to travel to move their vessel before this date.
Waterway users, whether on the water on on towpaths, are reminded to continue observing social distancing protocols — at least two metres from other people — and to stay within 20km of home until travel restrictions are relaxed with the start of phase three.