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Virgin Orbit’s LauncherOne rocket
Ireland’s first Marine Notice of 2023 is out of this world — quite literally, as it advises of potential hazard at sea from a satellite rocket launch from Cornwall next week. Virgin Orbit has designated a space launch hazard area…
File image of two of the Air Corps’ Pilatus PC-9s in formation
The Department of Transport says it is advised that the Air Corps will conduct air-to-ground air firing exercises in the Gormanston D1 Air Range in Co Meath next Thursday 27 and Friday 28 October. Live firing will take place on…
Warning to the public
The Air Corps advises that it will conduct air-to-ground and air-to-air firing exercises in the Gormanston D1 Air Range in Co Meath this week. Mariners in the Irish Sea off Co Meath are given due warning that live firing will take place…
On Tuesday 19th of April 2022 To Friday 29h of April 2022 from 10.00hrs to 16.00hrs (Excluding Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th of April) AT D1, GORMANSTON RANGES, CO. MEATH ____________________________ IT IS DANGEROUS FOR PERSONS, SHIPPING, LIVESTOCK OR AIRCRAFT…
The Kinsale Area gas fields are located in the Celtic Sea, approximately 40km to 70km off the south coast of County Cork
May 10 has been set as the start date for decommissioning works on the subsea structure in the Kinsale and Seven Heads Gas Fields on the South Coast. The Kinsale Energy company which will undertake the work has told the…
The Essex based subsea engineering company, Global Marine, is planning to install the Scot-NI 3 and Scot-NI 4 Telecommunications cables in Scottish and Northern Irish waters on behalf of British Telecommunications plc, between November 1st and December 20th this year.…
Defence Forces Live Air Firing Exercise
On Monday 19th of April 2021 to Friday 30th of April 2021 from 10.00hrs to 16.00hrs (Excluding Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th of April) AT D1, GORMANSTON RANGES, CO. MEATH IT IS DANGEROUS FOR PERSONS, SHIPPING, LIVESTOCK OR AIRCRAFT ETC.,…
R.V. Celtic Voyager is on marine survey work in the south Irish Sea
The Marine Institute's Research Vessel Celtic Voyager will carry out marine survey work in the south Irish Sea from March 26th that will involve the use of multibeam echo sounders and sub-bottom profilers. The work is part of the MOVE 2…
File image of Fionn Mac Cumhaill, which will join the RV Celtic Voyager on the March survey
The latest Marine Notice from the Department of Transport advises that a survey to investigate the use of fibre-optic cables in site investigations will be carried out in the North Irish Sea next month. This survey from 16-25 March is…
File image of the RV Celtic Voyager, which will cary out the SeaMonitor survey from 27 February
The Loughs Agency advises that it will carry out the SeaMonitor-EU Interreg Project (Survey CV21003) from Saturday 27 February to Friday 5 March. The survey is being carried out in the North Channel in support of EU InterregVA project SeaMonitor.…
Works will be carried out from the dive support vessel MV Lichtenstein
Ultra Deep Solutions will be carrying out subsea exploration activities off the North West Coast from tomorrow, Wednesday 16 December. The work will be conducted a number of weeks, progress and weather depending, within the vicinity of 55° 19’N, 009°…
A wave buoy like these will be deployed off Wicklow this week
TechWorks Marine has scheduled the deployment of a wave buoy off the coast of Wicklow on Tuesday 8 December, weather allowing. The buoy will be a yellow DB 500 and have a flashing light sequence of five flashes every 20…
Admiralty Chart showing the location of the Waverider buoy deployment
Mariners in Brandon Bay in Co Kerry are advised of the Marine Institute’s deployment of a Waverider buoy over the coming days, subject to weather conditions. The Waverider is a yellow spherical buoy, 1m in diameter ad equipped with an antenna…
The Fastnet Pelican is conducting the cable survey operations
Mariners off the South-East Coast of Ireland are advised of subsea cable survey operations currently under way, subject to weather conditions. The survey was scheduled to begin this past Thursday 26 November and continue for at least eight days and…
Dublin Bay's Great South Wall Closed Due to Tide Height & Dangerous Winds
Due to the forecasted Southerly winds issued by Met Eireann for Sunday 15th and Monday 16th November 2020 combined with approaching high spring tides of 4.3m and a possible tidal surge of 0.45m which may pose a risk to walkers…
The deployment will be carried out by the 'MV Chateau-Thierry'
The deployment of an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) sub-surface installation by University College Dublin, which was scheduled to take place between 15 - 21 October 2020 as Afloat previously reported, will now take place on 7 November 2020. The…