Co. Cork, Ireland
(++) 353 (0)21 4772503
Fax (++) 353 (0)21 4774695
Harbour Master Capt. P. Devitt
is a traditional commercial port with a long history. It has a splendid,
virtually land locked natural harbour on the estuary of the Bandon River,
11 nautical miles South West of Cork harbour entrance about eight kilometres
north-northeast of the Old Head of Kinsale. Both the outer and inner harbours
cover approximately five square kilometres, providing good shelter and anchorage.
As a commercial port, Kinsale caters for approximately 100 vessels per year. The majority of commercial shipping in involved in the importation of bulk animal foods. We are also engaged in the exportation of timber to the U.K. As a pleasure port, Kinsale boasts two fully serviced Marinas and is also home to a thriving fishing fleet
Click here for useful contact information for Kinsale Harbour or here for a handy map of the town amenities
|Kinsale Harbour||Lat. 51º42'N. Long. 8º31'W. (Admirality Chart No. 2053)|
|Harbour Entrance||Bulman Buoy S. Cardinal Buoy Q + LF(W) Ev. 15 secs.|
|Harbour Limits||Straight line due West of Hangman's Point at low water.|
service not compulsary but highly advisable for cargo vessels.
E.T.A. 24hrs in advance of arrival. V.H.F. Channels 16-14.
Pilot aboard at Bulman Buoy WP.
approaching call Pilot Station on Channel 16 and then switch to Channel
Call sign KINSALE HARBOUR.
2053) 4 Cables S. of Bulman Buoy. Off Lower Cove in line with Charles Fort.Dept
6.7 m L.W. Off Middle Cove.
Inner Harbour. Not in main channel and not near Pier Head.
Yacht Club Marina Tel: (++) 353 (0)21 4772196. VHF Ch 37
Web: www.kyc.ie Map:Click Here
Castle Park Marina Tel: (++) 353 (0)21 4774959. VHF Ch 6
Trident Marina Tel: (++) 353 (0)21 4774145 . VHF Ch 9
Web: www.sovereignsailing.com / www.allaboardkinsale.com
The three marinas are fully serviced with visitors berths available.
There are a limited no. of visitors swinging moorings available.
Harbour dues are payable on all vessels entering Kinsale Harbour.
up to 90m. L.O.A. Draft 1m. on top of predicted height of tide. 3,000 DWT.
Berth at H.W. only.
Max 5.3m at MHWS
Side Pier Head (Customs Quay). Length of quay - 60m.
Depth M.H.W.S.T. 6.10m. M.L.W.N.T. 2.74m.
4.3m. Neaps 3.2m. Dockwater density 1025
|Average Cargo Worked||1,500t - 2,000t / day. Quick turn-about.|
|Cranes||Mobile Grab Cranes 25 to 30 tons capacity.|
|Working Week||Working hours from 08.00 hrs. to 20.00 hrs. Monday to Friday.|
(Irish Met Service),
www.meteo.Fr/ (French Weather site for a 5 day forecast for the Cork Area.)
www.marine.ie (Weather buoy situated 10 miles south of the Fastnet)
|Fresh Water||Ex. Pier Head Hydrant. Both Marinas.|
|Power Supply Points||220V.|
|Cork Airport||19km. (14 miles) Cork City 29km. (18 miles)|
|Time Zone||G.M.T.: Summertime = G.M.T. plus 1 hour. (April to October)|
|Repairs||Full Facilities Available (see useful contacts page)|
|Authority||Kinsale Harbour Commissioners.|
|Harbour Master||Capt. Phil Devitt, Tel (++) 353 (0)21 4772503. E-mail email@example.com|
Good Ltd., Tel.: (++)353 (0)21 4772300.
After Hours: (++)353 (0)21 4772256 / 4772355.
Fax: (++)353 (0)21 4772548. Telex 75892.
|Chandlery||Available in Cork City (see useful contacts page)|
|Traffic 2001||84 Vessels. Up to 134,000 metric tonnes of cargo.|
Departing Kinsale for New York
@ Kinsale 2000
Sail Training Ship, Asgard
Passing James Fort
|Mending my nets in Kinsale||
gives way to sail - Kinsale July 2002
- Merchant Ship Hella at Kinsale
Loading timber for shipment to Liverpool
The Rose - American replica (built 1970) of HMS Rose built in 1757. Replica was built using original drawings and plans
|Kinsale Harbour Cruises on The 'Spirit of Kinsale'||
Visit of Cruiseship Hebridean to KInsale August 2005
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