Situated on the River Barrow, New Ross Marina is an ideal base for those sailing the south and east of Ireland. Located 18 nautical miles from Hook Head, New Ross is an established commercial port. The River Barrow itself is the second longest river in Ireland and an important link to the Inland Waterways Network throughout the island, connecting New Ross to Dublin, Limerick, Carrick on Shannon, Enniskillen and the north west.
The Port of New Ross in the South East of Ireland is the country’s only inland port. Located on both sides of the River Barrow, 32km from the sea via Waterford Estuary, New Ross offers importers and exporters an excellent range of facilities.
‘Wexford Harbour in County Wexford (Irish: Loch Garman) Ireland, is the natural harbour at the mouth of the River Slaney.