Sep
26
2017
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MARINE NOTICE, No 097 of 2017

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Erne-System; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 97 of 2017

Erne System

Reducing Water Levels

Waterways Ireland has been advised by Rivers Agency that from 1st October, in keeping with water level management protocols, users of the Erne System can expect reducing water levels throughout the navigation as water levels on Lower Lough Erne are lowered, weather permitting, to a minimum of 149 feet (Above Poolbeg Ordnance Datum), in anticipation of increased precipitation during Autumn & Winter.
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, 25 September 2017

Portorra Lock, Lower Lough Erne

Portorra Lock, Lower Lough Erne

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Sep
26
2013
0

MARINE NOTICE 116 of 2013

 

MARINE NOTICE, No 116 of 2013 
ERNE NAVIGATION
Lower Lough

TEMPORARY CLOSURE
PUBLIC JETTIES AND SLIPWAY

The public mooring jetty and slipway at Camagh Bay and Inish Davar island jetty on Lower Lough Erne will be closed for improvement works until the end of November 2013.Waterways Ireland regrets any inconvenience to its customers.
For further details please contact the Lough Erne Warden on +44 (0)28 6632 2836

Charles Lawn, Lt Cdr (rtd), Inspector of Navigation, 26 Sep 2013

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Dez
24
2012
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MARINE NOTICE 139 of 2012

Lower Lough Erne
Temporary Monitoring Buoy

Further to Marine Notice 134 of 2012, please see attached Notice.

Charles Lawn,,Lt Cdr (rtd), Inspector of Navigation,17 Dec 2012

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03
2012
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MARINE NOTICE 134 of 2012

Lower Lough Erne
Temporary Monitoring Buoy

Waterways Ireland has been advised by the Agri –Food and Bioisciences Institute that a 2.5m high monitoring buoy with sensors has been deployed in position 54 29.12 N, 07 50.94 W  in the Broad Lough area of Lower Lough Erne. A wide berth is requested

Further information on the monitoring equipment and associated lake research can be gained from the web-site:

mn_134_united-kingdom-lake-ecological-observatory-network

Charles Lawn, Lt Cdr (rtd), Inspector of Navigation, 3 Dec  2012

Water monitoring at the deepest position of Lower Lough Erne

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Mrz
16
2012
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MARINE NOTICE 23 of 2012

ERNE SYSTEM
Lower Lough

Low Water Levels – Cautionary Warning

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all masters and users of the Erne System that following a period of dry weather the water levels on Lower Lough Erne are below those normally experienced at this time of year.
Masters of vessels, particularly those with deep drafts, are advised to proceed with caution, keep well clear of all hazards, remain central in the navigation channels and proceed with care when approaching moorings.
For further information or advice please contact the Lough Erne Warden’s Office on +44 (0)28 6632 2836.
Charles Lawn, Lt Cdr (rtd), Inspector of Navigation, 14 March 2012

Lower Erne Panorama

Lower Lough Erne Panorama

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