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Better drowned than duffers

The Irish Sailing Association is at it again, lobbying for the retention of a system under which the vast majority of owners of diesel-powered private pleasure craft can safely engage in tax dodging. 567 more words

Economic Activities

The sinking at Moyvalley

FINAL SALE

Of the Extensive Stock of Woollen and other Shop Goods, including Blankets, Flannels, and Stuffs, Cotton Cords, Hosiery, Muslins, Trimmings, &c, &c, all more or less injured by fresh water, caused by the sinking of Boat No 49, at Moyvalley, on the Evening of Monday the 9th instant, by the Night Passage Boat.

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Ireland

Grand Canal history: Tullamore lecture

Monday 23 March James Scully “The Grand Canal in Offaly 1794 – 1804.” – Offaly History Centre – 8pm 2014-15 is the bicentenary of the connection from the Liffey with the Shannon.

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Ireland

Saunderson's Sheugh and northsouthery

Northern Ireland Assembly written question AQW 42836/11-15 tabled 25 February 2015

Mr Cathal Ó hOisín : To ask the Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure to outline the North South co-operation and coordination involved in the recently announced Ulster Canal restoration project. 111 more words

Ireland

Impractical Boat Owner

We list only walk-ashore berths with mast-up access from the coast.

Thus Practical Boat Owner 585 April 2015 in its 2015 Marina price guide.

I do not know how a yacht can reach Kinnego or Sandy Bay Marina on Lough Neagh, from the coast, with its mast up.

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