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Dublin

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Courtesy Flag

Irish Tricolour

Waypoint

None given depends on whether one is coming from North or South

Charts

AC 1468 Arklow to the Skerries; AC1415 Dublin Bay; AC 1417 Port of Dublin; SC 5621 Dublin Bay; Imray C62 East Coast Ireland (No Dublin Harbour Plan); Imray C61 St Georges Channel (includes Dublin Plan)

Rules & Regulations

Numerous. See "More Informarion" section for links and summary

Hazards

Cluster of islands/rocks around Sorrento Point (Dalkey Island, the Muglins, Lamb island, Clair Rocks, Leac Buidhe and the Maiden Rock) Burford Bank in the middle of Dublin Bay between the two TSS. Rosebeg Bank south of the Ben of Howth

Tidal Data Times & Range

Dublin is a primary port; MHWS 4.1m MHWN 3.4m MLWN 1.5m MLWS 0.7m   (links)

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General Description

Contacts: 

Dublin HM's Department              tel no +353 (0)1 887 6000
Dublin VTS          VHF #12            tel no  +353 (0)1 887 6070
Poolbeg Marina  VHF #37            tel no +353 (0)1 668 9983  
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Approach

Tidal Streams:
The ebb and flow through St George’s Channel bends into and round Dublin bay with streams of between 1.5kts and 2.5 kts at Springs.
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Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

It is not an option to anchor within Dublin Docks, ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

3 comments
UPDATE APRIL 2017
Written by Don Thomson | 21st Apr 2017
I reviewed these notes in April 2017. The new price was noted and the charts updated
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Update 2015
Written by dononshytalk | 22nd Apr 2015
These notes were reviewed by Don in April 2015. The prices at the Poolbeg Marina remain the same for the 2015 season
Update November 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 28th Nov 2013
These notes were updated on the 28th November 2013. Since we first uploaded our notes on this harbour there has been a major change here. They've built a bridge which to all intents and purposes has ruled out the pontoon in the centre of the city as an option for visiting yachts. In the meantime there has been major investment at the Poolbeg Marina and it has become the destination of choice for sailors visiting Dublin. Our notes have been altered to reflect these changes.
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