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UPDATE SUMMER 2021
Written by Don Thomson 3 | 7th Jul 2021
I reviewed these notes in July 2021. The marina is still unmanned and all bookings, fees etc can be paid on line. If you require shore power you will have to drop in at Lisahally to obtain electricity cards(s)
Update Spring 2019
Written by Don Thomson 3 | 24th May 2019
These notes were reviewed in May 2019. Prices have increased and we've uploaded the 2019 charts.
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UPDATE SUMMER 2018
Written by Don Thomson | 7th Sep 2018
I have updated the text reference the payment of dues and the coffee shop. The internal links to Moville have also been repaired.
UPDATE SPRING 2018
Written by Don Thomson | 4th May 2018
We have had conversations with Foyle Port re the payment of harbour dues and electricity cards. Harbour dues can be paid on line on their website but if you need to get shore power you must call in at the Harbour Office at Lisahally on the way in.
Electricity/water cards no longer available from the coffee shop
Written by MW | 21st May 2017
We arrived at Londonderry to discover that electricity/water cards are no longer available to purchase from the coffee shop just outside the marina. We were saved by the lovely local boat who had a spare card! When entering the Lough it is best to check with the harbourmaster about current situation as you might be able to stop at the pontoon in the actual commercial port to get this sorted before arriving in the Londonderry. Apart from that showers are good, and the town is lovely!
UPDATE APRIL 2017
Written by Don Thomson | 12th Apr 2017
I reviewed these notes in April 2017. Apart from a £1 increase in the berthing fee at the marina there is little to change.
Written by dononshytalk | 2nd Apr 2015
These notes were updated by Don in April 2015. We have emphasized the fact that, although it is listed as a requirement in both the Port Authority website and the Reeds Almanac one does not have to stop at the waiting pontoon at Lisahally to pay dues etc; that can all be done on arrival at the pontoon. You should still call the Port radio for instructions as to which pontoon to tie up at.
Update November 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 22nd Nov 2013
Updated November 2013 by Don Thomson