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CIRCUS GERBOLA opens THURSDAY 30th June in Dun Laoghaire at the Harbour Green, for FOUR days only.
The 2016 show opens in Dún Laoghaire with a new fabulous production “FLYING HIGH” with the following performances:
THURSDAY at 7:30pm – all seats are €9.99 for anyone, anywhere.
+353 (0) 86 370 0620 – email@example.com
Book tickets on our web site www.circusgerbola.ie and save money.
Get your discount vouchers at local shops and businesses
This week’s special code: M147
The Annual Rainbow Runs take place this Saturday the 25th June 2016 at 10:00 and at 15:00.
Affects to the harbour are as follows
Alternative parking is available throughout the rest of the harbour.
The Rainbow Run event will start/finish in the Coal Harbour. Access to the Accommodation Way (the single carriage access route from the Coal Harbour to the West Pier) and the West Pier will be restricted to traffic as follows during the two Rainbow Runs.
Access to the water
Please be advised that the two car parks at the Coal Harbour (Stone Yard car park and Old Slip car park) will be closed between 18:00 hours on Friday 24 June and 18:00 hours on Saturday 25 June
There will be no access to the water from the Old Slipway or the steps on the Old Quay from these car parks during this period.
Users wanting to use the main Public Slipway should use Traders Wharf Road to access the Boatyard and Slipway via the North gate.
Race Pack Pick Up Point
Race packs are available for collection from the Ferry Terminal Building (off harbour plaza) as follows
Issue of RFT: Tues 21st June 2016.
Deadline for receipt of queries/clarifications: Tues 12th July 2016 – 12 noon.
Deadline for receipt of tender responses: Tues 19thth July 2016 – 12 noon
Response to tender applications: Wed 17th Aug 2016 – 12 noon
Successful applicant commencement of duties: Mon 3rd Oct 2016
Find the RFT at www.etenders.gov.ie
Friday 17th June 2016
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company are delighted to team up with the new innovative Pop Up site Popertee, this summer. Popertee is an online marketplace connecting property owners who have spare space with businesses and brand managers who are looking to rent retail spaces on a short-term or “pop-up” basis.
The Harbour Company have five key areas which are unique to the market and fit in with the “popup” Popertee ethos.
A short term rental of these five areas are available for pop-ups such as concerts, theatre productions, corporate events & promotions & children’s entertainment. However we are open to any ideas and would love to see these unique areas utilised. It would be great to see these historic sites utilised for new and exciting ventures!
“Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company are delighted to offer areas of the harbour for short term lease. We look forward to an increase in footfall and revenue to the benefit of the harbour and town” Carolyn Hanaphy
Carolyn Hanaphy 087 788 2056 firstname.lastname@example.org
Aileen Dowling 087 289 0328 email@example.com.
The Harbour has a host of activities taking place this month.
The 4 Yacht Club Regattas take place June/July, Cruise calls and the 98FM Rainbow Run bringing appox 8,000 to the harbour.
Find out more
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company welcomed over 2,000 guests and crew into the harbour last Thursday 26th May. The German ship Mein Schiff 1 was the first of 8 cruise calls to the harbour this summer.
Guests were greeted on board by German speaking ambassadors before disembarking for Dun Laoghaire.
This is the 2nd TUI Cruises company visit to the harbour after its successful September 2015 Mein Schiff 4 call.
A team of 25 brightly coloured local ambassadors were on hand to welcome guests to Dun Laoghaire and help guests navigate their way to their chosen destination. A 2pm traditional Irish dance display took place at the Pavilion Shopping area to the delight of visitors and local onlookers.
The Harbour company looks forward to a further 7 cruise calls to the harbour this summer.
Friday 10th June
The Newly refurbished Hebridean Sky (formally Sea Explorer 1) cruise ship today reached Dun Laoghaire Harbour for its first visit.
The boutique ship holds 100 guests / 72 crew and spends part of its year exploring the Antarctic Peninsula & Falkland Islands.
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company are delighted to welcome the first of 2 calls from Noble Caledonian group this summer with this ship returning on the 30th August. The ship was renovated earlier in 2016 and now features all 59 suites facing outwards.
The MS Hebridean Sky is one of three flag ships, and is sister vessel to the MS Caledonian Sky and MS Island Sky, which visited the harbour in June 2015.
The 90.6m ship will call to the historic Carlisle Pier after its recent refurbishment to accommodate such visits.
Arriving at 07:00 the ship will visit Dun Laoghaire for 13 hours before heading north to Portrush, Co Down.
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Master Capt. Simon Coate today said ;
“Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company works hard to secure luxury ships of this kind to the harbour. The unique aesthetics of the 200 year old harbour makes this a sought after port-of-call”
Press Queries : Please contact Carolyn Hanaphy at 01 2713203 firstname.lastname@example.org
L-R – Captain Niklas Peterstam , Carl Mc Evoy Dun Laoghaire Business Improvement District & Dun Laoghaire Harbour Master Capt. Simon Coate welcome Hebridean Sky to Dun Laoghaire.
Fog Signal – Dublin Bay
For those of your close to the harbour today you may be aware of a fog horn being sounded. The signal is being sounded by the ship “Ben Rinnes” which is at anchor waiting to go in to Dublin Port
The signal R (dot dash dot) in morse code is an International Signal for Prevention Collisions at sea and the ship is obliged to sound it whilst at anchor in restricted visibility – this is Maritime Law.
When the fog goes (or when the ship goes) the signals will stop.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.