IWAI Membership

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Welcome to the Inland Waterways Association of Ireland (IWAI), a voluntary organisation that advocates the use, maintenance, protection, restoration and improvement of the inland waterways of Ireland since its foundation in 1954.

IWAI also organises boating events, rallies, activities and competitions, social events, information meetings and training courses throughout its all Ireland branch network. IWAI membership runs from January to December each year.

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Republic of Ireland

Membership PlanPrice
Family Membership€55
Single Membership€44
Young Adult 18-23€22

Northern Ireland

Membership PlanPrice
Family Membership£36
Single Membership£33
Young Adult 18-23£17

Membership Benefits

The IWAI is the respected voice of Irelands inland waterway users, lobbying and advising government bodies, the waterway authority, as well as other bodies on all matters connected with the waterways including navigation, facilities, moorings, heritage and future developments.
Members receive the acclaimed IWN magazine published quarterly (Inland Waterways News). The magazine is packed with inland boating information and articles on all aspects of the navigations, reports, association, waterways, and branch news.
Boat Rallies and reqular Cruise in Company events are organised by IWAI branches throughout Ireland. These include the Shannon, Lough Derg, Dublin Canals, Shannon Harbour, and Corrib events. Rallies are family oriented fun events with activities for all ages including games, competitions, watersports, training and boat handling fun events on the major rallies over a week.
Funds are raised to improve existing navigations and to restore derelict ones. Work parties are a very social way of participating in this work.
The IWAI hosts a highly active web forum discussing all maters related to boating and enjoying the inland waterways. Everything from advice on navigations, moorings, water levels, boat and engine maintenance, equipment, restoration projects, buying a boat, waterways heritage, rallies, cruise in companies and training are popular matters for discussion.
Supporters of the IWAI include users of the waterways such as boaters, anglers, walkers, canoeists, kayakers, sailers, watersports enthusiasts, waterways residents, boat builders, marine businesses and people interested in the heritage of Irelands waterway network.

Payment Options

You can join online now by registering on this web site and making a credit card payment using our secure WorldPay agent. We do NOT handle or store your credit information on this site.
Republic of Ireland

You can print, complete and return one of the above Direct Debit Mandates to the membership secretary.

To pay by cheque, please print and complete this Application form and return to membership secretary with payment
Involved in a business? If interested in supporting the association with a corporate membership, please print and complete this Corporate membership form and return to membership secretary with payment

Corporate Members

News & Updates

IWAI Branch Video Competition

May 9th, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: |

The IWAI is pleased to announce for the summer Season 2017 a video competition for IWAI Branch Teams. The Theme and story of the video should be about and promote the activities of The IWAI [...]

SEW – Lock 8 – Castlefore – Re-Opened

March 21st, 2016|Categories: News|

WI has advised (MN#17 of 14/3/16) that L8 is now open to traffic.  MN#142/15 is withdrawn. 

SEW – Lock 2 – Ballyconnell – Closure for Works

March 21st, 2016|Categories: News|

WI has advised (MN#18 of 14/3/16) that L2 Ballyconnell will be closed from 14 to 25 March (weather permitting) for re-alignment of the navigation channel adjacent to the fixed landing stage on the lower level.  [...]

SEW – Lock 3 – Skelan – Closure for Works

March 21st, 2016|Categories: News|

WI has advised (MN#19 of 14/3/16) that Lock 3 will be closed from 14 to 25 March for repairs to the lock operating system.  Further information: +353 (0)71 96 50562.

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