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Posted: 22/01/2018

Caution at Public Harbours

Notice Number 2 of 2018

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters, owners and the general public that recent rains have caused flooding at many harbours making them unsafe for pedestrian and vehicular traffic in the immediate surrounds of the harbour infrastructure.  Banagher, Shannon Bridge, Mountshannon, Scarriff and Limerick harbours are severely effected. 

Waterways Ireland wishes to advise masters, owners and the general public that recent rains have caused flooding at many harbours making them unsafe for pedestrian and vehicular traffic in the immediate surrounds of the harbour infrastructure.  Banagher, Shannon Bridge, Mountshannon, Scarriff and Limerick harbours are severely effected.   

In particular, harbour and jetty edges and access points cannot be seen due to flood water, making it dangerous to attempt to approach these facilities until the flooding has receded. 

 

Shane Anderson

Assistant Inspector of Navigation

22 January 2018

Tel:  + 353 57 9373406


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