MARINE NOTICE, No 003 of 2017

Mountshannon-Mooring; © esri; click picture to esri maps "Lough Derg Mountshannon-Mooring "
Mountshannon-Mooring; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No. 3 of 2017

Shannon Navigation

Lough Derg

Mountshannon

Work to Upgrade Decking on Floating Moorings

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all waterway users that work to upgrade the decking on the floating moorings at Mountshannon will commence on 30 Jan and finish in or about the 10 Mar 2017.

These moorings will be a construction site for this period, masters/owners with vessels presently berthed there are requested to move their vessels to alternative moorings before the 30 Jan. The public are also requested not to enter upon the site and to be aware of warning notices in place.

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

Charles Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 20 Jan 2017

Mountshannon Floating Mooring; © wasserrausch; click picture to “Wasserrausch Webside”
Mountshannon Mooring

MARINE NOTICE 010 of 2016

Lough Derg; © esri; click picture to esri maps "Lough Derg Mountshannon"
Mountshannon; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 10 of 2016

Shannon Navigation

Mountshannon – Floating Moorings

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise all users that the floating moorings located in Mountshannon Harbour are closed to the public due to damage as a result of high water levels and storms.

A further Marine Notice will advise.

Charles Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 11 Feb 2016

Mountshannon Harbour ( Foto by Brain J. Goggin)
Mountshannon Harbour ( Foto by Brain J. Goggin)

MARINE NOTICE, 084 of 2015

Lough Derg; © esri; click picture to esri maps "Lough Derg"
Lough Derg; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No.84 of 2015

SHANNON NAVIGATION

Lough Derg – Mountshannon

Fisheries Survey

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that Inland Fisheries Ireland will conduct a fisheries survey in the general area of Mountshannon between Cribby and Bushy Islands on today Tues 23 and tomorrow Wed 24 June.
The nets will be marked by large yellow buoys and masters are requested to give these a wide berth.

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

Charles Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 23 Jun 2015.

Bushy Islands;  © wasserrausch; click to enlarge"
Bushy Islands; © wasserrausch
Cribby Islands © wasserrausch; click to enlarge
Cribby Islands © wasserrausch
Mountshannon Harbour;  © wasserrausch; click to enlarge"
Mountshannon Harbour; © wasserrausch

MARINE NOTICE 078 of 2014

Lough Derg 39 Rally; © esri; click to Arcgis Map "Lough Derg"
Lough Derg 39 Rally; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No.78 of 2014

SHANNON NAVIGATION

Lough Derg

39th Lough Derg Boat Rally

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners that the above event will take place on Lough Derg commencing on Fri 5th. July and finishing on Sun 12th. July 2014.
The Rally intends to visit the following harbours:
Dromineer, Terryglass, Rossmore, Mountshannon and Killaloe.

The organisers may be contacted on: 00353879372683

Charles Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 30 Jun 2014.

Fleet Rally Scarriff; © wasserrausch; click picture to "enlarge"
Fleet Rally Scarriff; © wasserrausch

Neue historische Karte von Lough Derg

Donal Bolan hat speziell für die Navigationsbeschreibung der Historischen Schifffahrt auf Lough Derg, eine historische Karte gezeichnet, derren Entwicklung jetzt abgeschlossen ist. Er wird diese Karte im Mountshannon Hotel am Freitagabend, den 25. November ab 20:00 Uhr der Öffentlichkeit präsentieren. Mitwirkende sind unter anderem Dick Warner sowie Brain Goggin.
Das Team „Wasserrausch“ hat Anfang Oktober Donal an Bord von James & Mary in Mountshannon besucht und konnten dabei seine neue und sehr interessante Historische Navigationskarte des Lough Derg sehen, die fast fertig war, um demnächst in Druck zu gehen.

Wasserrausch auf James & Mary; © wasserrausch; click to "enlarge"
An Bord von "James & Mary"

Good luck Donal, for your presentation and many thanks for the invitation.

Übrigens, zum neuen Reisebericht des Team Wasserrausch geht es hier: