MARINE NOTICE 156 of 2015

Athlone Lock Townbridge; © esri; click picture to esri maps "Athlone"
Athlone Lock Townbridge; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No.156 of 2015

SHANNON NAVIGATION

ATHLONE and BANAGHER

WATER FLOW MEASURING

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that Water Flow Measurements will be taking place at both Athlone Town Bridge and Banagher Bridge from 10 December to 24 December inclusive by staff from OPW.
Navigation will be impeded for short periods only.
Masters are requested to proceed at slow speed and with minimum wash when approaching the bridge during these times and to note any directions from safety marshals on the bridge deck above and /or the river bank.
Waterways Ireland thanks its customers for their cooperation in this matter.

Charles J. Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 10 Dec 2015

Die Wasserstände am Shannon-River sind immer noch steigend

Das berichtete RTE am Sonntag 13. Dezember 2015.
Die „National Emergency Coordination Group“ hat erläutert, das die Wasserstände auf dem Shannon-River immer noch steigen, aber bedeutend langsamer.
Es gibt noch einige Sorgen um weitere Überschwemmungen in Athlone und Limerick, wo der Corbally Bereich in der Stadt letzte Nacht schwer überschwemmt wurde.
Die ESB sagte, weil der Pegel des Shannon weiter steigt, wird erneut eine Erhöhung des Wasserdurchfluss durch Parteen Weir geschaffen.
Im Anhang sind einige Fotos von der Lage in Banagher die mir Barbara (Silverline) zukommen ließ. Brain J. Goggin stellte mir Fotos von Shannonbridge, Mountshannon und der Portumna-Brige zur Verfügung. Herzlichen Dank den Beiden für diese Information.

Wir wollen hoffen für unsere Freunde in Irland, das in den kommenden Tagen die anhaltenden Regenfälle aufhören und die Hochwasserlage sich entspannen wird.

Silverline Marina Banagher (Foto by silverline); click picture to "Silverline Website"
Silverline Marina Banagher (Foto by silverline)
Public Harbour Banagher - Foto by Silverline
Public Harbour Banagher – Foto by Silverline
Marina Silverline - Foto by Silverline
Marina Silverline – Foto by Silverline
Shannon upstream - Foto by Silverline
Shannon upstream – Foto by Silverline
Shannonbridge-01(BJ-Goggin)
Shannonbridge – upstream ( Foto by Brain J. Goggin)
Shannonbridge-07(BJ-Goggin)
Shannonbridge – downstream ( Foto by Brain J. Goggin)
Portumna-Bridge ( Foto by Brain J. Goggin)
Portumna-Bridge ( Foto by Brain J. Goggin)
Mountshannon (BJ-Goggin)
Mountshannon Harbour ( Foto by Brain J. Goggin)

MARINE NOTICE, No 099 of 2015

Shannonbridge; © esri; click to Arcgis Map "Shannonbridge"
Shannonbridge; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No. 99 of 2015

Shannon Navigation

Shannonbridge

Floating Moorings Damaged Access Ramp

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that the access ramp to the floating moorings at Shannonbridge has been repaired.

Marine Notice No 97 of 2015 in now withdrawn.

C.J.Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 28 Jul 2015

Shannonbridge;© Captain’s Handbook
Shannonbridge;© Captain’s Handbook

MARINE NOTICE, No 097 of 2015

Shannonbridge; © esri; click to Arcgis Map "Shannonbridge"
Shannonbridge; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No. 97 of 2015

Shannon Navigation

Shannonbridge

Floating Moorings Damaged Access Ramp

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that the access ramp to the floating moorings at Shannonbridge has been damaged to an extent that it now presents a trip hazard. Users are advised to take due care when accessing the moorings via the ramp until repairs can be effected.

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

C.J.Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 24 Jul 2015

Anleger, Shannonbridge; click picture to "enlarge"
Floating Moorings; Shannonbridge

MARINE NOTICE, No 080 of 2015

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

MARINE NOTICE, No. 080 of 2015

Shannon Navigation

Lough Derg

Dromaan, Terryglass, Meelick, Shannonbridge, Athlone

IWAI Lough Derg Rally 40

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners of vessels that the Lough Derg Rally 40 will take place from Sat 11 to Sat 18 Jul 2015 and intends to visit the following harbours on these dates:

  • Saturday 11th Dromaan
  • Sunday 12th Dromaan
  • Monday 13th Terryglass
  • Tuesday 14th Terryglass
  • Wednesday 15th Anchor out
  • Thursday 16th Shannon Bridge
  • Friday 17th Athlone
  • Saturday 18th Athlone

C.J.Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 15 Jun 2015

Hafeneinfahrt Dromaan; © wasserrausch; click to enlarge"
Hafeneinfahrt Dromaan; © wasserrausch
Winter Solstice in Terryglass; Kopie mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Wasserrausch.de; click to Wasserrausch
Winter Solstice in Terryglass
Derg Rally 40 Anchor out; © Captain’s Handbook;click picture to "enlarge"
Derg Rally 40 Anchor out; © CHB
Meelick Weir und Quay; © Captain’s Handbook
Meelick Weir und Quay; © CHB
Shannonbridge; © Captain’s Handbook; click picture to "enlarge"
Shannonbridge;© Captain’s Handbook
Athlone Town Bridge;© Captain’s Handbook; click to "enlarge"
Athlone Town Bridge

MARINE NOTICE 085 of 2014

54th-Shannon-Boat-Rally; © esri; click to Arcgis Map "54th-Shannon-Boat-Rally"
Shannon-Boat-Rally; © esri

MARINE NOTICE, No 85 of 2014

SHANNON NAVIGATION

Lough Ree – Shannonbridge – Ballinasloe

54th Shannon Boat Rally

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters and owners that the 54th. Shannon Boat Rally will take place from Sat 26thJul until Sun 3rd Aug 2014.
The rally will transit from Lough Ree to Shannonbridge (31 Jul) and onwards to Ballinasloe (2 Aug) during this period.
Masters should allow extra time for lock passage at Athlone when the Rally is moving south due to the large number of

vessel to be put through the lock.
Waterways Ireland thanks its customers for their cooperation in this matter.

C.J.Lawn, Inspector of Navigation, 16 Jul 2014

Poolboy Lock ;© Captain’s Handbook; click picture to "enlarge"
Poolboy Lock River Suck © Captain’s Handbook
Shannonbridge (downstream); © Captain’s Handbook; click picture to "enlarge"
Shannonbridge (downstream)
Lough Ree Yacht Club © Captain’s Handbook; click picture to "enlarge"
Lough Ree Yacht Club