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Superyacht ‘Tulip’ Berths In Dun Laoghaire Marina

14th July 2018
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Superyacht ‘Tulip’ Berths In Dun Laoghaire Marina Photo: CharterWorld

#Tulip - Dun Laoghaire Marina yesterday (Friday 13 July) welcomed the arrival of the K&M superyacht Tulip for a brief visit.

Designed by German Frers Jr and launched in 2012, the luxury 88-footer has the appearance of a classic sloop above the water line, but below has a flat hull and rising keel that makes for top racing performance when required.

Tulip usually plies the gold and blue coasts of the Mediterranean, can be chartered with a crew of two and room for up to six guests across its three cabins — if money is no object.

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Petrol - Diesel Supply

Dún Laoghaire Marina granted a licence to dispense fuels by the Harbour Master and we offer standard 95 octane unleaded petrol, gas-oil (diesel) with associated lubricants through…

Electricity and Fresh Water

Shore power is available at each berth through individual connections on the service pillars. Power will be supplied on insertion of a power card that may be purchased…

Toilets & Showers

Exceptionally high quality facilities are available 24 hours a day. There is no charge for use of these facilities. In addition to the facilities in main building…

Disabled Facilities

A separate self-contained lavatory and shower facility is available and immediately accessible from the forecourt. We have also installed a hoist for wheelchair users…

Lockers

Token-operated lockers are situated in the changing rooms in the Amenity Building. Tokens may be purchased through the Marina Administration Office.

Emergency Berth

In the event of a medical emergency there is a specific emergency berth at the base of the access ramp. Enter by south fairway and proceed to Pier SJ.

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