volt A/C electricity is available at all berths together with
water. Electricity cards are available at the marina office
along with electricity leads if required.
to the pontoons is controlled by a security system.
can be contacted by VHF on Channel 37. Visitors should berth
temporarily at the visitors pontoon and report to the marina
office on arrival. The staff will then allocate a suitable
berth. The marina office is manned throughout the year. Berth
holders are requested to notify the office of their intended
time away whenever possible. This will enable staff to locate
vessels easily in an emergency and will also ensure that their
berths are vacant when they return to the marina.
of Marine Diesel are available at the Marina and boats must
fuel at the designated fuel pontoon. Gas can be obtained locally.
Lifting & Boat Yard
14 tonne mobile hoist is available to Marina users. A complete
Boat Care service available from appointed agents:- Repairs
in GRP, Wood and Steel / Engine Installation & maintenance
/ Full or Partial Refurbishments / Electronics Fitted and
Serviced / Re-spraying / Hull Cleaning & Anti Fouling
/Valleting / Mast Stepping and Un-stepping / Cradles for Purchase
or Hire / Chandlery. Full details from the Marina Office.
observe a DEAD SLOW speed limit and do not create excessive
wash within the confine of the marina. There is a speed limit
of 4 knots and the roadway speed limit within the marina complex
is 8kph (5mph).
Storage available on the Marina - Contact Marina Office for
public telephone is located at the marina reception. Incoming
mail can be collected from reception.
and dry-cleaning services are available in Cahersiveen town.
A drop-off / collection can be arranged.
town boasts several grocery, hardware, health food shops,
cafes bars and restaurants. Groceries will be delivered to
the Marina. The town has two banks open M-F 10am to 3pm, post
office M-F 9.30am to 5pm and Credit Union M - F 10am to 5pm.
bus service to Tralee & Killarney (63 km) to connect with
mainline rail services. Hackney / taxi and courier service
available daily to/from all locations. Cahersiveen can be
reached via 3 airports - Kerry International Airport 61 km.
Shannon 193 km and Cork 151 km. Ferries are located in Cork
170km and Rosslare Harbour 209km.
for hire - contact the Marina Office.
are available for the convenience of berth-holders. Please
return after use.
parking is provided for berth holders and visitors adjacent
to the marina.
refuse disposal points are available within the marina.
nearest customs & Excise Office is in Tralee. Vessels
requiring customs clearance should contact Customs directly
on (066) 7128540.
is a Lifeboat & Coastguard Unit based locally at Valentia
Island covering the South West. Valentia Radio Station is
permanently manned 365 days per year. They are on VHF Channel
16 or 2182. Ashore Marine Emergency dial 999 or 112.
dial - Telephone: 1550 123 123 Calls cost 74c per minute /
Fax: 1570 131 838. €1.27 per minute. www.ireland.com/weather/tides.htm
be supervised at all times and wearing lifejackets.
not leave electricity leads on pontoons. Ensure they are disconnected
from electricity supply bollards when not in use.
on a collision course alter course to starboard. Powerboats
give way to sail, except in restricted areas. Boats should
pass port to port. Any person in charge of a fast power boat
in the estuary shall ensure that it is at all times under
proper and adequate control and that it is driven at such
reduced speeds as are necessary in the vicinity of bathers
and or other water users including canoeists, wind surfers
etc. so as not to cause fear or anxiety.
to other boat users
not make excessive wake when passing other vessels, in particular
powerboats passing sail boats. Observe the speed limit in
the marina. If boats are manoeuvring close to you, please
allow them to complete their manoeuvre. Whenever possible
assist in the berthing of another vessel.
the confines of the marina, is not permitted.
fitted with a lifebuoy and fire extinguishers and are strategically
located around the pontoons.
the alarm. Inform the marina Office. Clear the area of people
who may be in danger, in particular those who are downwind
of the fire. Tackle the fire only if it is safe to do so.
are fixed safety ladders positioned on each leg of the marina.
trailers must be clearly marked so that that can be easily
not allowed aboard vessels in the marina, or upon the pontoons