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MARINE NOTICE, No 123 of 2017

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

Inland Waterway’s, © WI

MARINE NOTICE, No. 123 of 2017

GRAND CANAL

33-34 Level Re-Open

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that the Grand Canal between locks 33 and 34 is now re-open to navigation and Marine Notice 110 of 2017 is hereby revoked.

Waterways Ireland thanks their customers for their understanding in this matter.

Shane Anderson, Lt Cdr (rtd), Assistant Inspector of Navigation, 10 Nov. 2017

34th Lock and Clonony Bridge on the Grand Canal; © Copyright JP; click Picture to Geograph Website.

34th Lock and Clonony Bridge on the Grand Canal; © Copyright JP

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MARINE NOTICE, No 122 of 2017

Lock 17; © esri; click to " esri maps Kilcock Lock 17"

Ferns’s Lock; Lock 17; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No. 122 of 2017

ROYAL CANAL

Lock 17 – Fern’s Lock

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that Lock 17 Royal Canal (Fern’s Lock) will be closed to navigation until further notice, due to lock gate replacement works that have now commenced.
Waterways Ireland apologises for any inconvenience this may cause its customers.

Shane Anderson, Lt Cdr (rtd), Assistant Inspector of Navigation, 10. Nov. 2017

Royal Canal Ferns's Lock; © AJ Vosse

Royal Canal Ferns’s Lock; © AJ Vosse

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MARINE NOTICE, No 121 of 2017

Kesh River; © esri; click picture to esri map "River Kesh Lower Lough Erne"

Erne Syste Kesh River; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 121 of 2017

Erne System

Reduced Water Levels

Waterways Ireland would like to remind navigation users of the annual drawdown of water levels onthe

In particular navigation users are asked to be especially aware of the reduced levels on the Kesh River. Before travelling on the Kesh River take heed of the water depth gauges to determine if there is sufficient draft for your vessel.

If water levels do fall masters should be aware of:

Navigation
To reduce the risk of grounding masters should navigate on or near the centreline of the channel, avoid short cutting in dog-legged channels and navigating too close to navigation markers.

Mooring of Vessels
Masters should be aware that water levels may change rapidly and that mooring lines will require adjustment; therefore these should be checked regularly.

Shane Anderson, Assistant Inspector of Navigation, 10 November 2017.

Moorings Kesh; © Captain’s Handbook; click to "enlarge"

Moorings Kesh; © Captain’s Handbook

Einfahrt River Kesh;© Captain’s Handbook

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