Kilmore Quay

Submitted by Stephanie Connor & Martin Fuller MaY 2019

Plenty of water across St Patricks Bridge; turn at fairway buoy and strictly follow leading lights to the entrance. Very shallow entrance at MLWS (1.6m). Two hammer heads available; with water and electricity but need card from marina office to input credit on electric post. Need mobile phone number of the “gate” to get back in; available from the Marina office (closes at 5pm). Typical of most Irish ports there is no public waste disposal. Good 24-hour self-service fuel berth using credit card (in steel cabinet on pontoon next to slipway). Busy fishing harbour with good depth throughout. Limited on shore facilities, shops, pubs or restaurants but reputably good fish and chips!

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