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

Posted June 23, 2013 by quigleysmarina
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Killinure Point

Killinure Point

Summer Lakeshore @ Killinure Point

Posted June 20, 2013 by quigleysmarina
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Summer Lakeshore @ Killinure Point

Our New Fuel Pump! Fuel Opening times ; Monday to Saturday: 9.00 am to 5.30pm, Sundays & Bank Holidays:10.00am to 1.00pm

Posted March 4, 2013 by quigleysmarina
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Our New Fuel Pump!

Blue Flag for Boat Owners – see whats involved!

Posted January 8, 2013 by quigleysmarina
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Blue FLag imageBlue Flag for Boat Owners – see whats involved!

*Please Click on above link for more information*

The Blue Flag is ‘THE’ environmental standard that is internationally recognised as a safe,clean, environmentally friendly and aware beach or Marina …..or boat!

Why not fly the Blue Flag on your boat and show your commitment to keeping high environmental standards.
The criteria are easily met in most cases – they are probably things that you are already doing so why not give it a shot?

Information available at the Marina , Individual Blue Flag is available for sale at our Marina

Enquire at office or on mobile 086 8354583

Boat Trips on the Lake & River

Posted November 25, 2012 by quigleysmarina
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Barracuda Boat Trips

Whether you are looking for a short cruise on the Shannon and Lough Ree or a private trip, such as a Hen Party, Corporate Day Out, Family or Fishing Trip just give Terry a call on 087 2301 981.


Blue Flag for Quigleys Marina 2012!

Posted June 9, 2012 by quigleysmarina
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Blue Flag for Quigleys Marina 2012

RNLI Lifeboat on Lough Ree !

Posted June 8, 2012 by quigleysmarina
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New RNLI Lifeboat on Lough Ree

An Atlantic 75 Class Lifeboat. Photo : RNLI

Author: Brian Corcoran, Volunteer Lifeboat Press Officer

After a long and exciting wait an RNLI Atlantic type inshore lifeboat was delivered on Thursday (1 March 2012) to Lough Ree Yacht club. The 7.5m long rigid inflatable boat (RIB) will be based at the yacht club initially and used for training purposes until the temporary station at Coosan is ready. The new lifeboat station, the 44th for the charity in Ireland, is expected to become operational in June.

Tristan Murphy, RNLI Deputy Divisional Inspector, who is involved in setting up the new lifeboat station said:

‘This lifeboat will be a wonderful asset to the local communities around Lough Ree. It will increase awareness of safety on the water and will also promote more activity on the lake. Most importantly its primary function will be to save lives on the waters of Lough Ree.

‘I am so impressed with the amount of local support we are receiving and I have no doubt that this will be an exceptional search and rescue asset to the state.’

Damien Delaney has been appointed Lough Ree RNLI Lifeboat Operations Manager and has already recruited 20 local men and women to train as volunteer crew for the service. These volunteer crew members will undergo extensive training both locally on Lough Ree and at the RNLI College at Poole in Dorset.

Dave McCabe, Chairman of Lough Ree RNLI welcomed the 20 volunteers to the inaugural training session at Lough Ree Yacht Club. The on-the-water training sessions will continue on Friday 2 and Sat 3 March.

Vincent Rafter, Fundraising Treasurer for Lough Ree RNLI lifeboat station, has organised the Annual RNLI Flag Day for Sat 10 March around Athlone, Longford, Mullingar and Roscommon. There will be in excess of 60 volunteers supporting the collection on the day.

Commenting on the collection, Lough Ree RNLI spokesperson Brian Corcoran added, ‘Once again we are asking the public for support for this great cause and this time we will have our own station to support. I want to thank the many people who continue to give generously to the lifeboats, we would not be where we are today without them.’

Categories: RNLI News

This piece is taken directly fom irishlifeboats.com