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Dawros Bay

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Dawros Bay is a small inlet off the North Atlantic Ocean, part of the northern section of Loughros More Bay immediately to the east of Dawros Head situated between Dawros Head and Glenlough Point, on the west coast of Ireland. It offers a temporary anchorage for a short stay in pleasant surroundings, and affords the opportunity for a dinghy landing at the village pier of Rossbeg at the head of the bay.

Dawros Bay is a small inlet off the North Atlantic Ocean, part of the northern section of Loughros More Bay immediately to the east of Dawros Head situated between Dawros Head and Glenlough Point, on the west coast of Ireland. It offers a temporary anchorage for a short stay in pleasant surroundings, and affords the opportunity for a dinghy landing at the village pier of Rossbeg at the head of the bay.

The shelter in the bay is tolerable in offshore north or east winds, and the access is straightforward from the northwest, between Fish Holes and Roancarrick.
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Care is required to avoid Roancarrick, an exposed rock surrounded by a reef which is situated between Inishbarrog Island and Fish Holes.




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Last modified
May 30th 2017

Summary

A tolerable location with straightforward access.

Facilities
Shop with basic provisions availableHot food available in the localityPublic house or wine bar in the area


Nature
No fees for anchoring or berthing in this locationAnchoring locationJetty or a structure to assist landing