Marine Notices

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  • Marine Notice No.10 of 2021
    Northern Divers Engineering are planning on undertaking a hydrographic survey on the River Shannon to understand the burial depth of the gas pipeline that crosses the estuary to the West of Foynes. For more information Click here.
  • Marine Notice No.9 of 2021
    Mariners are advised that maintenance dredging operations are scheduled to commence at the Port of Limerick on Monday 20th September 2021 and will continue for a period of approximately 4 days. The operation will be conducted using the Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD) SOSPSAUN DAU – c/s PBAL. For more information Click here.
  • Marine Notice No.8 of 2021
    Mariners are advised that maintenance dredging operations are scheduled to commence at the Port of Foynes on Sunday 19th September 2021 and will continue for a period of approximately 10 days. The operation will be conducted using the Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD) SHOALWAY – c/s 5BYP2. TSHD SHOALWAY will be supported by the SFPC Multicat SHANNON 1 for the duration of the operation. For more information Click here.
  • Marine Notice No.7 of 2021
    Mariners are advised that maintenance dredging operations are scheduled to commence at the marine terminal at RUSAL Aughinish during the period 12 th June to 18th June July for 5/6 days, with a likely start on morning of Sunday 13th from 07:30hrs. For more information click here.
  • Marine Notice No.6 of 2021
    Please be advised that Anchorage J has been fouled by anchor and 9 shackles of chain. The approximate position of foul is 52 35.8N and 009 33.0W. For more information click here
  • Marine Notice No.5 of 2021
    Attention is drawn to ships Masters to ensure that arrangements for the boarding and disembarkation of pilots meet the required standards. For more information Click Here
  • Marine Notice No.4 of 2021
    Mariners are advised of the requirement for all vessels entering the Shannon Estuary to maintain their Automatic Identification System (AIS) operational at all times. This includes vessels at the designated anchorage and vessels under pilotage. Port Limits commence to the east of a line drawn from Kerry Head to Loop Head. For more information Click Here
  • Marine Notice No.3A of 2021
    Reporting procedures related to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) This notice should be read in conjunction with: For more information Click Here
  • Marine Notice No.3 of 2021
    This notice should be read in conjunction with: For more information Click Here
  • Marine Notice No.2 of 2021
    The Irish Department of Health have issued guidance in relation to minimising the impact on Irish supply-chain workers during the Novel Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. The guidance is specific to supply-chain workers for Freight & Haulage, Aviation and Maritime/Shipping. The information below for Maritime/Shipping is extracted from the COVID-19 Guidance for Supply Chain workers dated 16th March 2020. There is a link to this guidance at the end of this notice. For more information Click Here

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