Feb
15
2018
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MARINE NOTICE, No 009 of 2018

Sallins-Co. Kildare; © esri; click to Arcgis Map "Sallins-Co. Kildare"

Sallins-Co. Kildare; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 09 of 2018

Grand Canal Leistner Aqueduct

NAVIGATION CLOSURE

Waterways Ireland wishes to notify owners and Masters of vessels that the Grand Canal will be closed to navigation at the Leinster Aqueduct, West of Sallins, from mid February to mid March to facilitate bank strengthening.

Water levels will also be reduced along all of Level 15 on the Grand Canal, including in Sallins. Masters are advised to tend their mooring lines accordingly to accommodate any fluctuations in water levels.

Waterways Ireland regrets any inconvenience the above will cause to its customers.

Shane Anderson, Assistant Inspector of Navigation, 15 Feb 2018

The Leinster Aqueduct (1783) takes the canal over the Liffey. Climb down to the Liffey level and walk along the path beside the river, to really appreciate this piece of engineering. The Liffey rises 24 km from Dublin however, it meanders for 147 km before reaching Dublin and at this point, it is flowing north. There is a pumping station here that takes the water from the river to the canal. "Click picture to IWAI Webseite Kildare"

Liffey Aqueduct looking east © EOL

LEINSTER AQUEDUCT – NAVIGATIONSSCHLIEßUNG

Waterways Ireland möchte Schiffseigner und Kapitänen von Schiffen darüber informieren, dass der Canal Grande von Mitte Februar bis Mitte März für die Schifffahrt im Leinster Aquädukt, westlich von Sallins, gesperrt wird, um die Stärkung der Ufer zu ermöglichen.
Die Wasserstände werden auch entlang der gesamten Stufe 15 des Canal Grande, einschließlich in Sallins, gesenkt. Den Kapitänen wird empfohlen, ihre Festmacherleinen entsprechend zu richten, um etwaigen Schwankungen des Wasserspiegels Rechnung zu tragen.
Waterways Ireland bedauert jegliche Unannehmlichkeiten, die die oben genannten Umstände für seine Besucher und Kunden mit sich bringen.

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Dez
21
2017
0

MARINE NOTICE, No 137 of 2017

LLE-Portora Lock; © esri click to Prtora-Lock-Map esri"

LLE-Portora Lock; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 137 of 2017

SHANNON – ERNE WATERWAY

Portora Lock Gates – 2017 Christmas Period

Waterways Ireland has been advised by Rivers Agency of the following arrangements relating to Portora Lock.

Portora Lock gates are currently in operation due to water levels in Lough Erne.

When operational, the Lock gates are manned from 08.00am to 10.30pm daily to facilitate navigation. Given forecast rainfall and projected water flow discharge rates, it is anticipated that the Lock Gates will still be in operation over the Christmas holiday period. If this proves to be the case, DfI Rivers will be running a reduced Lock Keeper service on Christmas Eve & Christmas Day as follows:

  • Christmas Eve – the lock gates will be manned from 8.00am to 6.00pm.
  • Christmas Day – the lock gates will be unmanned.
  • Boxing Day– the lock gates will be manned as normal from 8.00am to 10.30pm.

Rivers Agency will however have a member of staff on-call to operate the Lock Gates in case of emergencies during the period from 6pm on Christmas Eve to 8am on Boxing Day. The on-call staff member can be contacted on 028 6638 8529. Rivers Agency would stress that this is intended for emergency navigation only.

Waterways Ireland and Rivers Agency would like to apologise for any inconvenience these arrangements may cause and ask for your co-operation and understanding.

Shane Anderson, Assistant Inspector of Navigation, 21 December 2017

Portora Weir in use

Portora Weir in use

Portoralock opens

Portora Lock opening

Portoralock front gate opens

Portora Lock front gate opening

Lock rear door closes

Lock rear gate closed

Portoralock Waterlevel

Portora Lock Waterlevel

Portoralock closed

Portora Lock closed

Thanks Austin!

Dez
02
2017
0

MARINE NOTICE, No 133 of 2017

White Railway Bridge © esri;; click picture to esri maps "M6 Bypass-Athlone Boat Club"

White Railway Bridge © esri;

MARINE NOTICE, No 133 of 2017

Shannon Navigation

Removal of Objects from the River Shannon

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that consequent to a recent Health and Safety Audit a number of unsafe jetties, ancillary walkways, practices and services have been identified in the vicinity of the Railway Bridge on the West Bank of the River Shannon, (Watergate, Accommodation Road (R446)), on Waterways Ireland property.

As a result of the Health and Safety Audit it has been decided to remove all un-safely moored vessels, dangerous access platforms, walkways, electrical cables and any other fittings deemed to be unsafe.

Works will commence as operationally convenient after 20 December 2017. Removed items may be stored at owner’s expense in accordance with Shannon Navigation Bye-Laws.

Shane Anderson, Assistant Inspector of Navigation, 01 December 2017

Athlone White Railway Bridge; © Captain’s Handbook; click picture to "enlarge"

Athlone White Railway Bridge

Athlone Weir

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Nov
27
2017
0

MARINE NOTICE, No 130 of 2017

Shannon-Erne Waterway; © esri; click picture to ArcGis Map " Shannone-Erne-Waterway Lock's and Bridges" Lock 16

Shannon-Erne Waterway; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No. 130 of 2017

Shannon–Erne Waterway closure

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all Masters and owners of vessels that the Shannon Erne Waterway is closed to Navigation until further notice, due to a tragic incident at Lock 16.

Further marine notices will be issued to keep you updated.

Shane Anderson, Assistant Inspector of Navigation, 20 November 2017

Killarcan Lock No 16; Shannon-Erne Waterways

Killarcan Lock No 16; Shannon-Erne Waterways

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Nov
14
2017
0

MARINE NOTICE, No 124 of 2017

SEW Lock 5, Ardrum; © esri; click to Arcgis Map "SEW Lock 5, Ardrum"

SEW Lock 5 and 6, Ardrum, Ballyduff

MARINE NOTICE, No 124 of 2017

Shannon–Erne Waterway

Navigation Closure between

Lock 5 and Lock 7

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that the Shannon-Erne Waterway will be closed between Lock 5, Ardrum and Lock 7, Ballyduff from Friday 3rd November 2017 until further notice due to a water pollution incident.

Note that Lock 5, Lock 6 and Lock 7 will be powered off and no-one should navigate or otherwise use the waterway between these locks in order to facilitate water pollution control measures and subsequent remedial actions.

Waterways Ireland regrets any inconvenience that this may cause and thanks its customers for their cooperation in this matter.

Shane Anderson, Assistant Inspector of Navigation 14 November 2017

SEW-works-at-lock; © Captain’s Handbook; click to "enlarge"

SEW-works-at-lock; © Captain’s Handbook

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