Ireland's amazing coastline has some of the best cruising grounds in Europe and an incredible inland waterways system. Facilities for visiting yachts have improved dramatically in recent years, and there is now a comprehensive network of marinas and public moorings.  There are many web sites and books giving you detailed information on the coastlines facilities.  Here we will bring together useful links and endeavour to bring you up to date developments, changes and opportunities.

 Port Search
 Tide Tables
 Search for ports and
 Cork, Dublin,
 Galway, Belfast

 County Council Visitors
 Moorings along the
 coast Cork to Donegal
 (dowloadable pdf)

 Boat Owners  ICC  Legislation
  Registration and more

 Cert. of Competency

 Keeping track
 of rules & regs

 Crew  Cruising Clubs  Training


 Wanted / Available

 Linking you to ICC
 and CAI

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