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Coastal Descriptions

Coastal Overview for Strangford Lough to Dublin Bay
This is the primary coastal description and set of waypoints for the area between the entrance to Strangford Lough and Dublin Bay. The detailed coastal description may be used by those planning to come closer inshore or to approach one of the useful passage havens that are listed along the length of the route. The sequence of description is from north to south or coastal clockwise as follows: • Close east of Dundrum Bay• Close east of the entrance to Carlingford Lough• Close east of the Skerries• Inside Lambay... get full information »


Coastal Routes and Cuts

Entering and exiting Strangford Lough
These are a set the tidal windows and waypoints to assist in entering, exiting and navigating through Strangford Narrows. The sequence of description is from south to north as follows. • Passes East of Angus Rock• East of Meadow • West of Routen Wheel• West of the SeagenThe preceding east coast set of waypoints and coastal description is available by clicking 'Previous', above, and vessels planning on continuing southward, beyond Dublin Bay, can find the following set of waypoints and coastal description b... get full information »


Tidal Optimisations

Bangor to Dublin, either way, with 12 hours of favourable tide
This 90-mile route takes a vessel down the north part of the Irish Sea hugging the Irish coastline from Belfast Bay to Dublin Bay. It passes from Bangor, Belfast Lough to Howth Dublin passing:• Inside Copland Island via Donaghadee Sound• Inside the South Rock Light Vessel• Outside Rockabill• Outside Lambay• Outside Ireland's Eye Or the reverse.... get full information »