Menu

Ireland's sailing, boating & maritime magazine

In association with ISA Logo Irish Sailing

Displaying items by tag: Irish Marinas

Howth Marina is located on the north coast of the rugged peninsula that forms the northern side of Dublin Bay. Howth Marina is ideally situated for north or south-bound traffic in the Irish Sea. Well sheltered in all winds, it can be entered at any state of the tide. Overlooking the marina is Howth Yacht Club, which has in recent years been expanded and is now said to be the largest yacht club in Ireland. With good road and rail links, Howth is in easy reach of Dublin airport and ferry terminal, making it an obvious choice for crew changeovers.

 

Howth Marina, Harbour Road, Howth, Co. Dublin

Tel: 00353 1 839 2777  Fax: 00353 1 839 2430

Email: [email protected]

www.hyc.ie

VHF: Ch M, 80

Access H24

Published in Irish Marinas

Arklow is a popular fishing port and seaside town situated at the mouth of the River Avoca, 16 miles south of Wicklow and 11 miles north east of Gorey. The town is ideally placed for visiting the many beauty spots of County Wicklow including Glenmalure, Glendalough and Clara Lara, Avoca (Ballykissangel). Arklow Marina is on the north bank of the river just upstream of the commercial quays, with 42 berths in an inner harbour and 30 berths on pontoons outside the marina entrance. Vessels over 14m LOA should moor on the river pontoons.

 

Arklow Marina, North Quay, Arklow, Co. Wicklow

Tel: 00353 402 39901  Fax: 00353 402 39902

Mobile: 087 2375189

Email: [email protected]

www.arklowmarina.com

VHF: Ch 12

Access: H24

Published in Irish Marinas
Tagged under

Kilmore Quay is located in the south east corner of Ireland. A small fishing village situated approximately 14 miles from the town of Wexford and 12 miles from Rosslare ferry port. Its 55 berthed marina, offers shelter from the elements as well as various on shore facilities. Kilmore Quay is a regular port of call for many cruising yachtsmen. With several nearby areas of either historical or natural significance accessible using local bike hire, Kilmore Quay is renowned for its 'green' approach to the environment.

 

Kilmore Quay, Wexford, Ireland

Tel: 00353 53 912 9955  Fax: 00353 53 912 9915

Email: [email protected]

www.wexford.ie

Published in Irish Marinas

Crosshaven provides a gateway to Ireland's stunning south and south west coasts. Offering a variety of activities to suit all people, it's rocky coves and quiet beaches stretch from Graball to Church Bay and from Fennell's Bay to nearby Myrtleville. Besides a selection of craft shops selling locally produced arts and crafts, there are plenty of pubs, restaurants and takeaways to suit even the most discerning tastes. Lying within a few hundred metres of the village centre is Salve Marine. Salve marina accomodates yachts up to 43m LOA with draughts of up to 4m. It has comprehensive services ranging from engineering and welding facilities to hull and rigging repairs.

 

Salve Marine, Crosshaven, Co. Cork

Tel: 00353 214 831 145  Fax: 00353 214 831 747

Email: [email protected]

VHF: Ch M

Access H24

Published in Irish Marinas

Waterford City is famous for its connections with Waterford Crystal, manufactured in the city centre. Waterford is the capital of the south east region of Ireland. As a major city, it benefits from good rail links with Dublin, and Limerick, a regional airport with daily flights to Britain and an extensive bus service to surrounding towns and villages. The marina is found on the banks of the River Suir, in the heart of this historic Viking city dating back to the ninth century. Yachtsmen can make the most of Waterford's wide range of shops, restaurants and bars without having to walk too far from their boats. With 150 fully serviced berths and first rate security, Waterford City Marina now provides shower, toilet and laundry facilities in its new reception building.

 

Waterford City Marina, Waterford.

Tel: 00353 87 238 4944  Fax: 00353 51 849763

Email: [email protected]

VHF: Ch 12

Access H24

Published in Irish Marinas

Crosshaven Boatyard is one of three marinas in Crosshaven. The boatyard was founded in 1950 and originally made its name from the construction of some of the most world-renowned yachts, including Gypsy Moth and Denis Doyle's Moonduster. Nowadays, however, the yard has diversified to provide a wide range of services to both the marine leisure and professional industries. Situated on a safe and sheltered river only 12 miles from Cork City Centre, the marina boasts 100 fully-serviced berths along with the capacity to accomodate yachts up to 35m LOA with a 4m draught. Crosshaven Boatyard Marina is ideally situated for cruising the stunning south west of Ireland.

Crosshaven Boatyard Marina, Crosshaven, Co. Cork

Tel: 00353 214 831161  Fax: 00353 214 831603

Email: [email protected]

VHF: Ch M

Access: H24

Published in Irish Marinas

Lawrence Cove enjoys a peaceful location on an island at the entrance to Bantry Bay. Privately owned and run, it offers sheltered and secluded waters as well as excellent facilities and fully serviced pontoon berths. A few hundred yards from the marina you will find a shop, pub and restaurant, while the mainland, with its various attractions, can be easily reached by ferry. Lawrence Cove lies at the heart of the wonderful cruising grounds of Ireland's south west coast and, just two hours from Cork airport, is an ideal place to leave your boat for long or short periods.

 Lawrence Cove Marina, Lawrence Cove, Bere Island, Co. Cork, Ireland

Tel: 00353 27 75044

Email: [email protected]

www.lawrencecovemarina.ie 

Published in Irish Marinas

East Ferry Marina lies on the east side of Great Island, on of three large islands in Cork Harbour which are now all joined by roads and bridges. Despite its remote, tranquil setting, it offers all the fundamental facilities including showers, water, fuel, electricity and that all important pub.

 

East Ferry Marina, Cobh, Co. Cork.

Tel: 00353 21 481 1342  Fax: 00353 21 481 1342

VHF: Ch 80

Access: H24

Published in Irish Marinas

Kinsale is a natural, virtually land-locked harbour on the estuary of the Bandon River, approximately 12 miles south west of Cork harbour entrance. Home to a thriving fishing fleet as well as frequented by commercial shipping, it boats two fully serviced marinas, with the Kinsale Yacht Club & Marina being the closest to the town. Visitors to this marina automatically become temporary members of the club and are therefore entitled to make full use of the facilities, which include a fully licensed bar and restaurant serving evening meals on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Fuel, water and repair services are also available.

 

Kinsale Yacht Club Marina, Kinsale, Co. Cork

Tel: 00353 21 4772196  Fax: 00353 21 477 4455

Email: [email protected]

VHF: Ch M

Access: H24

Published in Irish Marinas

Cahersiveen Marina is situated two miles up Valentia River from Valentia Harbour, the marina is well protected in all wind directions and is convenient for sailing to Valentia Island and Dingle Bay as well as for visiting some of the spectacular uninhabited islands in the surrounding area. Boasting a host of sheltered sandy beaches, the region is renowned for salt and fresh water fishing as well as being good for scuba diving. Within easy walking distance of the marina lies the historic town of Cahersiveen, incorporating an array of convivial pubs and restaurants.

 

Cahersiveen Marina

The Pier, Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Tel 00353 66 9472777  Fax: 00353 66 9472993

Email: [email protected]

www.cahersiveenmarina.ie

VHF: Ch M

Access: H24

Published in Irish Marinas
Page 2 of 4

Featured Sailing School

INSS sidebutton

Featured Clubs

dbsc mainbutton
Howth Yacht Club
Kinsale Yacht Club
National Yacht Club
Royal Cork Yacht Club
Royal Irish Yacht club
Royal Saint George Yacht Club

Featured Brokers

Featured Webcams

Featured Associations

ISA sidebutton
ICRA
isora sidebutton

Featured Events

tokyo sidebutton
sovscup sidebutton
vdlr sidebutton

Featured Chandleries

CHMarine Afloat logo
osm sidebutton
viking sidebutton

Featured Sailmakers

northsails sidebutton
uksails sidebutton

Featured Marinas

dlmarina sidebutton

Featured Blogs

W M Nixon - Sailing on Saturday
podcast sidebutton
mansfield sidebutton
BSB sidebutton
sellingboat sidebutton

Please show your support for Afloat by donating