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Viking Marine Chandlery Store at Dun Laoghaire Opens After Lockdown

18th May 2020
With all retail displays removed, Viking Marine has created great space in the middle of the Dun Laoghaire Harbour shop With all retail displays removed, Viking Marine has created great space in the middle of the Dun Laoghaire Harbour shop

Viking Marine turned the key to open the door of its Dun Laoghaire Harbour store this morning having missed the buzz of daily retailing and the goings-on in the yacht clubs, marina and on the water.

'While sailors are not out on the water just yet, we know how keen people are to get working on their boats and it is with this in mind that we opened this morning' Viking's Managing Director Ian O'Meara told Afloat. ' We are in the shop Monday to Saturday 10 - 5 for hardware and Chandlery and anything you need to get your boat out on the water.

We are directing you to our online shop for clothing, footwear and accessories here

The Viking Marine delivery service for our full range continues to operate as normal.

So with all retail displays removed Viking Marine have created great space in the middle of the shop to allow everyone stay safe and to provide counter service for hardware and chandlery.

"We Look forward to welcoming you all back into the shop and getting us all back out on the water over the coming weeks", Ian says.

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