Aug
17
2017
0

MARINE NOTICE, No 081 of 2017

Barro-River © esri click picture to "Barrow Bridges and Locks"

Barrow River © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 81 of 2017

BARROW NAVIGATION

Jetty Maintenance

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all Masters and Users of the Barrow Navigation that, from Monday 28th August 2017 a Programme of Upgrading 15 Jetties from Clogrennan Lock to St.Mullins Lock will commence. Works Duration is estimated at 6 Weeks.
It will be necessary to close off each of these Jetties on a Rolling Basis For a Period of 2-3 Days to allow the Works to take Place.
Boat Owners should use extreme Caution when approaching Jetties under Renovation.
Waterways Ireland apologises for any inconvenience that may arise.

Charles Lawn, Lt. Cdr. RNS, Inspector of Navigation, 17 August 2017

Clogrennan Lock

Borris Lock

Clashganna Lock

St.Mullins Lock

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Jun
19
2015
0

MARINE NOTICE, No 081 of 2015

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

Inland Waterway’s; © WI

MARINE NOTICE, No. 081 of 2015

Royal and Grand Canals and Barrow Navigation

Extended Mooring Locations

Waterways Ireland wishes to remind masters and owners of vessels that extended mooring locations on the above navigations are solely for the use of those vessels that have an extended mooring permit and should not be otherwise occupied.

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

C.J.Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 19 Jun 2015

Barrowline Basis Vicarstown; © Captain’s Handbook

Barrowline Basis Vicarstown; © Captain’s Handbook

May
24
2015
0

MARINE NOTICE, No 061 of 2015

Bagenalstown Lock; Barrow River; © esri; click picture to "esri Bagenalstown Lock; Barrow River"

Bagenalstown Lock; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No. 61 of 2015

BARROW NAVIGATION

Bagenalstown Lock

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that Bagenalstown Lock on the River Barrow Navigation will be open from Thursday 21st May to Tuesday 9th June inclusive.
A further Marine Notice will be issued on Friday 12th June regarding another closure, to facilitate the completion of works downstream of the Lock.
Waterways Ireland apologises for any inconvenience caused by this restriction.

C.J.Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 21 May 2015

Bagenalstown Lock; © wasserrausch; click picture to "Wasserrausch Website"

Bagenalstown; © wasserrausch

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May
23
2015
0

MARINE NOTICE, No 052 of 2015

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Inland Waterways; © WI

MARINE NOTICE, No: 52 of 2015

Royal-, Grand Canals and Barrow Navigation

Permits

Waterways Ireland acknowledge the ongoing cooperation and compliance of customers on the navigations. However, Waterways Ireland recognises that there are still some customers who need to comply with the Canal Bye-law requirements and purchase a Combined Mooring and Passage Permit (CMP).
CMP’s cost €126 per year and permit the holder to cruise continuously and gain lock passage across all these navigations from St. Mullins in Co. Carlow to Dublin and as far west as the Shannon Navigation.
Masters should now note that vessels without a valid permit and/or not displaying the appropriate permit may in future be declined lock passage.
Masters and owners are requested to purchase their canal permits at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment when their cruising plans are interrupted.
Permits may be purchased from Shane Anderson, Assistant Inspector of Navigation Tel No: +353 (0) 872865726, shane.anderson@waterwaysireland.org

C,J. Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 11 May 2015

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Mar
11
2015
0

MARINE NOTICE 017 of 2015

Bagenalstown Lock; Barrow River; © esri; click picture to "esri Bagenalstown Lock; Barrow River"

Bagenalstown Lock Barrow; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 017 of 2015

Barrow Navigation

Bagenalstown Lock

Closure Due to High Water Levels

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that due to the current high water levels on the River Barrow, which is causing delays in proposed works, Bagenalstown Lock remains closed. A further update will be issued in early April.
Waterways Ireland regrets any inconvenience that this may cause its customers.

C.J.Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 11 Mar 2015

Bagenalstown Lock; © wasserrausch; click picture to "Wasserrausch Website"

Bagenalstown Lock

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