DLRCC have engaged L&M Keating Ltd. to carry our repairs to the end of the West Pier, and behind the sun shelter on the East Pier. The works include repairing damage to the revetments, and replacing rock armour removed by storm Emma in March 2018. We expect the works to be completed by Christmas.
Members of the public are requested to obey safety signage and stay clear of the works areas on both piers.
Star Breeze arrives twice in the month of September for two short calls. The ship calls to Ireland for the last time before major refurbishments to take place in 2020.
The 134 metre 10,000 tonne vessel arrives into Dun Laoghaire this month for two turnaround trips.
212 passengers disembark in the morning to visit Dun Laoghaire, Dublin city and beyond and then the ship welcomes a new groups of guests for its next sailing.
The ship can be viewed from Queens Road and the East Pier all day on 7th & 21st September.
Sat 7th Sept ETA 06:00 ETD 17:00 Arrival from : Douglas IOM Next Stop : Douglas IOM
Sat 21st Sept ETA 08:00 ETD 22:00 Arrival from : Belfast Next stop : Fishguard
2019 (Updated) BOAT STORAGE APPLICATION Aug19
A new boat storage application form is now available
Dun Laoghaire Harbour offices have now moved from Harbour Lodge on Crofton Road to the address below effective as of 22nd August 2019.
NEW Address : Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council , County Hall, Marine Road, Co Dublin
Queries : All post and queries (in person) to The Hub in County Hall.
Phone : 01 2054778 / 01 2054719
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Harbour Master Simon Coate has updated the notice to mariners today to include
No 9 : relocation of the cruise ship tender pontoon.
No 10 – Harbour Swim – Sunday 15th September 2019
No 11 – DL Standard Operating Procedures
Please find link below
IronMan 70.3 Road Closures – Sunday 25th August 2019
Harbour Road will be closed between Marine Road and Old Dun Leary Road. Access will be maintained to clubs/businesses on a controlled basis (if /when safe to do so) via a one way system from Marine Road. Vehicles will be allowed to pass through to Cold Quay bridge, and then exit to York Road or Crofton Road.
This will be in operation from 09:00 – 17:00. Peak flow of runners will be 11:30-14:00.
Dun Laoghaire Harbour welcomes a season of 1920’s themed Christmas parties to the harbour this winter.
Kicking off on 30th November the parties are open to groups of 8+ guests or the event can be block booked for 400 – 1,000 guests.
Tickets start from €59 and visitors should expect the following
- Spectacular Theming & scenery.
- World Class troupe of Entertainers including Jazz Dancers and Acrobats
- Delicious Hot & Cold Canapés
- Superb Three Course Dinner
- Interactive Dessert Stations, Cheese Buffet and Coffee Bar
- Professional Photographer *
- Professional Production & Set Lighting
- State of the Art Disco with Intelligent Lighting
- Dodgems *
- Charity Casino including Blackjack and Roulette *
- Christmas Crackers
- Full Event Management
- Free Car Parking
- On-Site Security
- Free Cloakroom
- and Survivors Breakfast!
A very big thank you to the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind, Dun Laoghaire group & the Dublin Ukulele Collective.
The IGDB have sent us some photos from their annual collection on the East Pier, what a beautiful sunny day.
The Dublin Ukulele Collective can certainly draw a crowd !
A big thanks to all involved .
Two new Electric Vehicle Charging Spaces are now in operation at the start of the East Pier in Dun Laoghaire Harbour.
The Charging Mechanism was donated by Volvo Cars Ireland as part of their sponsorship of the 2019 Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta.
The parking spaces are provided by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.
Another initiative to encourage & support sustainable transport are a new set of bike racks.
The racks are located adjacent to the start of the west pier in the coal harbour ( beside the Harbour Splash area).
A very big thanks to all involved in getting these initiatives up and running.
They are open and free to all visitors to the harbour.