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Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 04:23 pm
10th Glandore Classic Boat Summer School – July 12th-13th

Organised by the Glandore Harbour Yacht Club, Glandore Classic Boat Summer School will take place ... More >>>
Cork Harbour Open Day Date Announced - Saturday 20th September

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Quokka wins Volvo Cork Week

From the Cork Week Website

Marvin Gaye’s ‘Let’s get it on’ and The Stranglers ‘Something better ...
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Cork Harbour Is Weather
  • One of the finest natural harbour's in the world
  • A large, sheltered harbour with many river estuaries including the Rivers Lee, Owenacurra and Douglas
  • A Special Protected Area because of its ornithological significance
  • Known for being the last port of call for the Titanic
  • Home to 3 historic military installations, Spike Island & Fort Camden (Dún Meagher), both open to the public, and Fort Carlisle (Dún Daibhís)
  • Home to the oldest yacht club in the world, the RCYC, founded in 1720 as "The Water Club of the Harbour of Cork"
  • An excellent base to explore some of western Europe's premier leisure marine cruising grounds
  • Home to the Irish Maritime and Energy Resource Cluster (IMERC), a world class cluster of ocean energy expertise
  • Home to 8 out of 10 of the worlds largest pharmaceutical companies



Cork - Mega Port. Begins April 28th at 9PM. This is the trailer from the forthcoming TV3/ Goldhawk media documentary on the Port Of Cork

Queen Elizabeth

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About This Site

The aim of this website is to provide an integrated information resource, linking all aspects of Harbour related management, heritage and activities. This website also provides information on the Integrated Strategy for Cork Harbour and related activities and actions, including the Cork Harbour Forum, which represents a unique partnership approach to coastal zone management in Ireland.

This website is supported by The Port of Cork, Cork County Council, MarLeaNet, IMERC and the CMRC.

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This website is kindly supported by the following partners
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Cork City Council
Coastal And Marine Research Centre