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Joe Byrne

Visit to the National Maritime Museum of Ireland.

DATE FOR YOUR DIARY: Saturday 17th February @ noon.
Our first event of 2018 kicks off with a visit to the National Maritime Museum of Ireland. www.mariner.ie

Ireland’s National Maritime Museum is housed in Dun Laoghaire’s 180-year-old Mariners Church, directly opposite the new DLR Lexicon library and easily accessible by DART suburban train and several bus services.
Further details will be issued by email to all branch members shortly,
If you want to be added to the attendance list please let us know.

IWAI Carrick AGM

Date for your diary:Saturday 25th November 2017.
IWAI Carrick AGM at 3pm in the Bush Hotel. Hope to see as many members as possible for the last meeting of the year.

Carrick October Cruise In Company 27th – 29th October.

Carrick October Cruise In Company 27th – 29th October.

Commodores Mary & Paul Henry & Family (Dinastar)

Come along and join in the “Thriller Theme” and end the season with a scream!

Registration in the Bush Hotel Friday 27th 9pm. Cruise to Leitrim Marina Hotel for a weekend of fun and games. Table Quiz on Saturday night in the hotel and dinner on Sunday. Lots of games for adults and children alike over the weekend.
Pumpkin Carving competition (Bring your own pumpkin) and not forgetting the hotly contested Darts and Snooker competition.

Prizes for the best dressed boat.

Let us know if you can attend iwaicarrick@gmail.com

Branch Meeting Saturday 9th September.

Don’t forget about the branch meeting Saturday 9th September.
Agenda and Minutes will be issued by email to all members.
Hope to see you all there to catch up on the Branch and Association news from 2017.

High Water Levels North Shannon 25th. Aug 2017

 Anyone heading towards Lough Key this weekend, watch your air draft. We have been advised that water levels have risen by as much as 2 feet, over the last two days, with the holding jetty south of Knockvicker lock almost under water.
This obviously may change again over the next 48 hours so you can keep a check on