Sep
23
2016
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MARINE NOTICE, No 127 of 2016

Enniskillen-Henry Street; © esri; click to Arcgis Map "Enniskillen"

Enniskillen-Henry Street; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 127 of 2016

Erne System

Enniskillen, Henry Street Jetty

Restricted Berthing – 27 to 30 Sep

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that Henry Street jetty in Enniskillen will be closed from Tues 27th to Fri 30th September between 0900hrs and 1500hrs daily to facilitate an angling education programme.

Waterways Ireland thanks its customers for their cooperation in this matter.

Charles Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 23 rd. September 2016

Enniskillen Henry Street Jetty; "click picture to enlarge"

Enniskillen Henry Street Jetty

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Sep
23
2016
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MARINE NOTICE, No 126 of 2016

Map Inland Waterways Ireland;© Waterways Ireland; click to "enlarge"

Inland Waterway’s, © WI

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MARINE NOTICE, No 126 of 2016

SHANNON NAVIGATION

Large Vessels Berthing at Floating Moorings

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all masters and owners of vessels with an overall length in excess of 11m, particularly those constructed in steel, of the following points in relation to berthing at floating moorings and also on finger jetties having a length of 9m:

  1. These vessels cannot be secured properly over their entire length thereby placing extra strain on the pontoon mooring cleats as mooring lines are doubled up.
  2. The large overhang of these vessels creates an obstruction to other vessels trying to manoeuvre onto the berth especially for novice recreational boaters and hire boat crews with limited experience.
  3. In adverse weather conditions of high winds and /or flood conditions with high flow rates there is a greater risk of breaking free of the mooring and causing damage to other vessels and the mooring infrastructure especially as these large vessels are primarily constructed in steel and are very heavy.
  4. The 9m finger mooring is designed for vessels with a max overall length of circa 10-11m.
  5. The fixings attaching the floating mooring to the main spine can be compromised due to excessive forces induced by inappropriate sized craft leading to premature wear.
  6. Such vessels place excessive strain on the mooring piles and anchor chains as water levels rise especially where masters have secured to both the cleats and the mooring piles themselves.

Masters of such vessels are requested to berth on appropriate lengths of fixed quay wall only. Waterways Ireland thanks its customers for their cooperation in this matter.

Charles Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 23 rd. September 2016

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Sep
22
2016
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MARINE NOTICE, No 125 of 2016

Map Inland Waterways Ireland;© Waterways Ireland; click to "enlarge"

Inland Waterway’s, © WI

MARINE NOTICE, No 125 of 2016

Royal and Grand Canals

BOAT PASSAGE IN and OUT OF DUBLIN

Marine Notice No 7 refers. Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners that passages into and out of Dublin are presently suspended in light of recent anti-social behaviour which has given rise to safety concerns for boaters and staff alike.
The present arrangements are being reviewed to ensure that there is adequate security to ensure safety for all concerned and that passages can be resumed at the earliest opportunity.

C.J.Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 22 Sep 2016

Die 31B in Dublin

Die 31B in Dublin

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Sep
21
2016
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MARINE NOTICE, No 124 of 2016

Carrick on Shannon; © esri; click picture to "esri Carrick on Shannon"

Carrick on Shannon; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 124 of 2016

SHANNON NAVIGATION

Carrick-on-Shannon

University Sailing Event

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all masters and owners of vessels that the above event will take palce in the vicinity of Murray’s Bay, Carrick-on-Shannon on Sat 8 and Sun 9 Oct from 0900hrs to 1730hrs daily.
Masters are requested to give a wide berth, obey the “Rule of the Road” with respect to sailing craft and observe all directions issued from the safety boats in attendance.
Waterways Ireland thanks its customers for their cooperation in this matter.

Charles Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 21st September 2016

Carrick on Shannon; © Captain’s Handbook; click picture to "enlarge"

Carrick on Shannon; © Captain’s Handbook

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Sep
21
2016
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MARINE NOTICE, No 123 of 2016

Lanesborough-Ireland Lough Ree; © esri; click picture to "Lanesborough-Ireland-Lough Ree"

Lanesborough-Lough Ree; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 123 of 2016

SHANNON NAVIGATION

Lanesborough

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all masters and owners of vessels that intermittent diving operations will take place at Lanesboro Bridge on Mon 26 September.
Delays may be experienced. Masters are requested to give a wide berth and observe all directions issued from the safety boat in attendance.
Waterways Ireland thanks its customers for their cooperation in this matter.

Charles Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 21st September 2016

Lanesborough Powerstation;© Captain’s Handbook

Lanesborough Powerstation;© Captain’s Handbook

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