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Princess Anne Visits Dun Laoghaire Harbour & Howth in Tour of Dublin Lighthouses

14th April 2019
Pictured in a visit to Dublin hosted by The Commissioners of Irish Lights is HRH The Princess Royal with Ms Yvonne Shields O’Connor, Chief Executive, Commissioners of Irish Lights and Captain Robert McCabe, Director of Coastal Operations,Commissioners of Irish Lights at The Baily Lighthouse on Dublin Bay Pictured in a visit to Dublin hosted by The Commissioners of Irish Lights is HRH The Princess Royal with Ms Yvonne Shields O’Connor, Chief Executive, Commissioners of Irish Lights and Captain Robert McCabe, Director of Coastal Operations,Commissioners of Irish Lights at The Baily Lighthouse on Dublin Bay Photo: Robbie Reynolds

HRH The Princess Royal visited Dun Laoghaire Harbour and Howth in a weekend visit to Dublin Bay.

She was visiting in her role as Master of Trinity House as part of the ongoing 150-year relationship between Irish Lights and the Lighthouse Authorities of Great Britain and Ireland.

The Princess Royal toured the Irish Lights Vessel Granuaile and some of Dublin’s great Irish lighthouses including the Baily Lighthouse, Rockabill and The Kish Lighthouse, as well as learning more about Irish Lights’ work providing vital maritime safety services and modern navigation aids at the organisation’s Dun Laoghaire headquarters. 

IrishLightsHRHThePrincessRoyal 694Mr Rory McGee, Engineering and Operations Manager, Commissioners of Irish Lights, Captain Robert McCabe, Director of Coastal Operations, Commissioners of Irish Lights, HRH The Princess Royal with Ms Yvonne Shields O’Connor, Chief Executive, Commissioners of Irish Lights in the lantern room at the Baily Lighthouse, Howth

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