IWAI - Dublin Branch

IWAI Dublin Branch - Site Overview
Dublin Pages
Home Mission Statement. GO!
Events Schedule of 2011 Organised Events
also earlier events diary from 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007
News Branch and Dublin Waterways News
information on past events, past rallies etc.
See earlier news (2011 news, 2010 news, 2009 news, 2008 and earlier) here
Small-Boat Register The Small-Boat Register - let us know if you're interested in small-boat rallies on Dublin's waterways. GO!
Dublin Rally 2011 Info and Entry forms for the 2012  rally. GO!
   earlier rallies Reports from earlier Dublin rallies GO!
Photo and Video Gallery Photo and Video Gallery GO!
Waterways Click to enlargeDescription and Map. GO!
  Green & Silver Route In an effort to encourage people to make the circular journey, the Dublin Branch has commissioned certificates & commemorative plaques to be awarded to vessels completing the route formed by the Royal Canal, River Liffey, Grand Canal, River Shannon and Camlin River GO!
  Green & Silver Route
  Record of Completions
See the record of boats that have completed the Green & Silver route. GO!
  Grand Canal Virtual Tour of City Section. GO!

Grand Canal Graving Dock

Restoration Workparties at Grand Canal Graving Dock
  Royal Canal Virtual Tour of City Section. GO!
    Cruising Tips Tips on travelling the Royal Canal by Boat GO!
     more ... more info on Royal Canal Linear Park, Spencer Dock ... GO!
  Canals Report Canals Report 2010 - Dublin Branch response GO!
  River Liffey Description of Upper Port Area. GO!
     Navigating the Liffey Notes on the Liffey from East Point to Islandbridge GO!
  Cruises Cruises and Tours on the water in Dublin GO!
Then & Now Photos from Times Past. GO!
Contact Branch contacts  (phone or email) GO!
Gallery Photo Gallery - photos from previous events,  seen on the Liffey, not yet seen on the Liffey, historic events etc. GO!
L.E. Dubhlinn The Branch Boat GO!
Books Books and other publications about Dublin's waterways GO!
Dublin Branch AGMs 2010, 2005  

Site background:

This website was first produced by Hugh Skinner in ~2001.  He is responsible for much of the design and stepped down in 2003.  It was looked after by Mick Kinahan (2003-2005), Dáithí MacLochlainn (2006) and now Michael Slevin (2007- ).  All comments are welcome - see link below.



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