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Listed locations follow the Louth coastline in a clockwise direction. Their positions may be seen on a satellite image at the bottom of this page. Alternatively, if you're looking for shelter, facilities or a type of location within this county, try our find resources tool.

Omeath, Carlingford Lough
A good location with careful navigation required for access. 1 metres LWS. Omeath is located on the southwest shore of the Carlingford Lough inlet that is set into Ireland's northeast coastline. It offers an anchorage off a small town with a drying slip from which a passenger ferry operates across to Warrenpoint Port at high water. get full information »

Greer’s Quay, Carlingford Lough
A good location with careful navigation required for access. 2 metres LWS. Greer’s Quay is an isolated pier located near the head of Carlingford Lough inlet which is set into Ireland's northeast coastline. It offers a good anchorage close off the pier and, for vessels that can take to the hard, the possibility of drying out alongside. Moorings are also reported to be available in the area. get full information »

Carlingford Marina, Carlingford Lough
A completely protected location with careful navigation required for access. 2 metres LWS. Carlingford Marina is located on the southwest shore of the Carlingford Lough inlet that is set into Ireland's northeast coastline. The large 250 berth marina has 30 visitor berths that cater for all vessels ranging from light speedboats to large sailing vessels. There are also club moorings available outside the marina. get full information »

Carlingford Harbour, Carlingford Lough
A good location with careful navigation required for access. 2 metres LWS. Carlingford Harbour is a tidal harbour located on the southwest shore of Carlingford Lough inlet, which is set into Ireland's northeast coastline. The small pretty harbour dries beyond its pierheads and is only suitable for vessels that can take to the hard. Outside there is a popular anchorage where good depths may be found. get full information »

Gyles’ Quay
A good location with safe access. 2 metres LWS. Gyles’ Quay is situated on the northeast coast of Ireland, on Dundalk Bay’s northern shore and at the foot of the Carlingford Mountains. It is an isolated and drying quay that offers the only viable anchoring location in the extensive but shallow Dundalk Bay. get full information »

Dundalk
A completely protected location with straightforward access. 1 metres LWS. Dundalk Harbour is situated on the northeast coast of Ireland, four miles up the Castletown River that flows through drying sandbanks and training walls into Dundalk Bay. The industrial quays are not set up for pleasure craft and are less than prepossessing. However, leisure vessels are welcome to berth alongside and or take to the ground on soft mud. get full information »

Port Oriel (Clogher Head)
A good location with straightforward access. 3 metres LWS. Port Oriel is a fishing port on the east coast of Ireland, situated on the north side of Clogher Head, approximately five miles north of the Boyne River estuary and four miles south of Dunany Point, the southern limit of Dundalk Bay. Although primarily a fishing port, yachts may anchor offshore where there are reports of some moorings being available, or come alongside the pier or raft up to fishing boats. Vessels that can take-to-the-hard may also dry out in the harbour’s inner basin. get full information »

Drogheda & The River Boyne
A completely protected location with straightforward access. 2 metres LWS. Drogheda, on the east coast of Ireland, is situated four and a half miles upriver from the mouth of the River Boyne that enters the Irish Sea approximately thirty miles north of Dublin. It is a sizeable provincial town and busy port that has a pier set up to receive visiting leisure craft. get full information »




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