I’ve made some additions to three pages:
Several people have very kindly sent me photos of boats I hadn’t seen or photographed myself; I’m grateful to them and always happy to hear from people who can help to fill the gaps.
I have more updates to make, including many, many sailing-boats and some nice wooden boats.
Posted in Extant waterways, Irish inland waterways vessels, Water sports activities
Tagged African Queen, Berky, boats, Carrybridge, cattle ferry, Erne, Ireland, Killaloe, Lough Derg, Operations, pontoon, Portumna, Shannon, Shannon Princess, Spirit of Lough Derg, Swiss Army Knofe, Travel Blue, vessels, waterways, Waterways Ireland, WB2, weed, workboat
Here is a very long page showing working boats that are not operated by Waterways Ireland. They include hotel boats, restaurant boats, trip boats, rescue boats, police boats and sand barges.
Posted in Extant waterways, Irish inland waterways vessels, Irish waterways general, Operations
Tagged barge, Barrow, Blackwater, boats, canal, cattle ferry, community barge, Devenish, dredger, DUKW, Enniskillen, Erne, ESB, Garda, Grand Canal, Guinness, hare krishna, hotel boat, Ireland, Ireland waterways rockville, Killaloe, Lagan, Limerick, Lough Neagh, Monasterevan, Nore, Operations, PSNI, rescue, restaurant boat, RNLI, sand, Shannon, Shannon–Erne Waterway, Suir, theatre barge, trip boat, vessels, waterways, workboat