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Old 26-03-2007, 11:54   #1
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New to the group, we are Max & Lucette.
We are looking for information from cruisers who have gone to the
east coast of Ireland, on marinas and expenses.
We would like to spend June through September in Ireland.
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Old 26-03-2007, 12:01   #2
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Aloha Max and Lucette,
Welcome aboard!! I can't give you any information about that area but will just say that someone here on the forum will give you an answer.
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Old 26-03-2007, 12:12   #3
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Weclome aboard! I'm sure you will find this site useful and a wee bit entertaining at times!! Swagman is probably your best bet for the information you seek, he's in the UK.

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Hi Guys,
Welcome to the site.
I've actually only ever visited Ireland by sail the once ant that was to Cork / Crosshaven further south. All I can say is you'll enjoy your time over there.
Suggest for marina recommendations and prices then searching the web, or securing a copy of Irish Pilot Books like this one
East And North Coasts Of Ireland Sailing Directions: Marinestore Chandlers

FWIW its not always neccessary to use a marina at night - we've spent a few nights tied up off a pub jetty up a river - absolutely incapable of taking the boat anywhere else until the following day!

Enjoy your cruise
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