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Please Note: The IWAI is not responsible for the Inland waterway infrastructure , Harbour , Locks , Jetty’s, Piers , Service Blocks. This is the responsibility of Waterway Ireland , the All Ireland Government body.  To register or report any issues with the waterways infrastructure please use the Waterways Ireland Reporting page at [LINK]

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Please note that currently The IWAI Forum and the Charts Access Website are all separate user systems from the IWAI membership login and to get access to either you need to register on the individual website to get access. We are working on combining them all into a single sign on but it will take a little time

If you are making contact to request help , please mention which website you are having a problem with

Shop  / Forum /Membership system / Charts SIG access  – so we can expedite your enquiry

Before you send a query, please review the list of frequently asked questions. Please note that we get a large number of queries about our waterways and we will give preference to answering questions that aren’t covered in this FAQ page.

Similarly, don’t forget to search our website or if your inquiry is specific to an area , you can contact the local IWAI branch , see the list of Branch links below.

If you would like to send a message to the Association Officers or the developers responsible for this website, please email us, giving as much detail as possible about the nature of your inquiry.

ROI – Free-Call : 1800 924991

NI : 02838 325329


Int: +353 (0)91 589333

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    Press Releases

    IWAI President welcomes Taoiseach’s commitment to restoring the Ulster Canal

    November 8th, 2006|Categories: Press Release|

    The President of IWAI Brian Cassells today warmly welcomed the announcement last Saturday night by the Taoiseach Bertie Ahern of plans to restore and re-open the Ulster Canal. He said: "On behalf of the members [...]

    IWAI Welcomes the launch of the Socio Economic Study of the Ulster Canal

    August 31st, 2006|Categories: Press Release|

    The President of IWAI Brian Cassells welcomed the launch yesterday of the Socio-Economic Study of the Ulster Canal in the Long Gallery at Stormont.  The study was prepared for the Blackwater Regional Partnership by PriceWaterhouseCoopers [...]


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