Lough Ree Cruise

Posted April 6, 2015 by quigleysmarina
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Easter Sunday Sunset @ Killinure Point :)

Posted April 6, 2015 by quigleysmarina
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Locaboat 2015 Season starts !

Posted March 15, 2015 by quigleysmarina
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Our 2015 season has started as of 14/03/15 and we were lucky with the weather – our first customers are aboard for their mini river holiday !


To book your Shannon river boat holiday follow the link below …..







Lough Ree Marine Services – Eberspacher

Posted March 6, 2015 by quigleysmarina
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We are a full time boat yard with all services that you would expect ;

Full mechanical servicing for all types of diesel engines

Full Upholstery Service

220 volt installations ( shore power ) and supply and fitting of all marine electrics including inverters , calorifiers , battery chargers , hot water systems , bow and stern thrusters and generators , and heating systems

Eberspacher heating service and repairs and supply and fitting of new systems

Full carpentry and GRP repairs and gel coat repairs

Paint repair works for steel cruisers , deck repairs and deck painting

Leaking windows – not a problem we can solve it including cleaning up water damaged interior panels around windows

Email for further details or call 086 8354583 /  loughreemarine@killinure.net

boat repairs , boat servicing , heating , Eberspacher , leaking windows , calorifiers , mechanic

Another Lovely morning at Killinure Point …….

Posted May 31, 2014 by quigleysmarina
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New Dek-King Synthetic decking just fitted !

Posted May 29, 2014 by quigleysmarina
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Take a look at the Dek King Synthetic Teak decking material which we just fitted on this cruiser at Killinure Point in the bottom image.
3 Samples of Dek-King material are shown on top image.

Dek-King Material supplied by MCP Marine UK :


This product is amazing – it does look like a real teak deck !
Its extremely low maintenance and can be jet washed and sanded !

This material is the ‘Weathered’ look Dek King
Also available are ‘standard’ & ‘Aged’

For more images and information please contact
Lough Ree Marine Services Ltd. 090 6485866Regular teak, weathered teak and aged teak on the right(1)

Dek King 'Weathered'

Waveline Cruisers to Merge with Carrick Craft

Posted May 27, 2014 by quigleysmarina
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Waveline Cruisers and Carrickcraft will merge
Publiziert am 07/05/2014 von waveline

Press Release

Carrickcraft and Waveline Cruisers are delighted to announce that they will be merging for the 2015 boat hire season. The existing shareholders of Carrickcraft and Waveline will be shareholders in the enlarged holding company for the group.

The combined fleet of 125 boats will be based at Carrickcraft’s existing marinas at Carrick-on-Shannon and Banagher on the Shannon and at Bellanaleck on Lough Erne. Administration and accounting will be centralised at Carrickcraft’s Markethill office.

Sven and Anita Neubert of Waveline have already moved back to live in Germany and will run the German-speaking booking office for the combined group. With their knowledge of this market and the increased fleet, the target is to increase the number of bookings from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

John Morton, Managing Director of Carrickcraft, said “We have worked well with Sven and Anita on many joint projects and this is a great opportunity for us to increase our business in Europe. We have developed some excellent web-based marketing strategies for the English-speaking market and will now try to do the same for the German-speaking market.”

“Consolidation will help us to reduce some costs while maintaining and improving the customer experience. In addition to European Sales, Anita will be focussing on quality control with the full support of the Board.”

Sven Neubert, Director of Waveline Cruisers said “We are delighted to join up with John and Carrickcraft. This move will enable us to offer a wider range of well fitted out hire cruisers to our existing clients as well as to new customers. ”

“Being part of a larger group together, with a joint marketing approach, will result in a higher presence in the German-speaking markets, not only on the web, but also in person – be it at shows, over the phone or indeed at the German office.”

Carrickcraft and Waveline Cruisers will continue as separate brands in the short term as both have a strong and loyal customer base.

For more information please contact John Morton at Carrickcraft or Sven Neubert at Waveline:



Waterwags recent event at Killinure Point …. beautiful boats

Posted May 27, 2014 by quigleysmarina
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Waterwags at Killinure Point

Winter flood at Killinure Point

Posted February 11, 2014 by quigleysmarina
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Winter Flood

Winter Flood

Blue Flag awards 2013

Posted July 24, 2013 by quigleysmarina
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Blue Flag awards 2013From left to right – Minister Phil Hogan , Peter Quigley & John Harnett: chairman of An Taisce