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2014/2015 Season

Well it's that time of year again.  The divers have surveyed the moorings and replaced worn fittings.  Offer letters will be sent out to existing users by 22nd March, if you have not received your letter by 25th March please get in touch.  For those considering mooring at Irvine for the first time please refer to the Mooring charges page where you can review and download the relevant documents before getting in touch.  Note the availability page will be updated on the 1st April to include those not renewing.

 

 

 


 Pontoons with Power!

The Irvine Harbour Company has extended its agreement with the Scottish Maritime Museum on the use of the "West" pontoon.  The IHC are now able to offer resident slots, 1 visitor berth and the use of the same for the river mooring users to transfer crew or kit (2hrs max please!)  The "East" pontoon remains exclusively for the use of the Scottish Maritime Museum and no vessels should be tied here no matter how short the duration.
The Pontoons have metered power connections, should you want to do some odd jobs or keep a dehumidifier going.  Cards will be available in £5 demonimations from the IHC and The Ship Inn.
Resident fees will be charged annually as with the mooring fees, anyone wishing a pontoon slot should contact us at harbourmaster@irvineharbour.com
Visitor fees will be charged per night and fees should be paid at the Ship Inn where a warm welcome and good food await. www.theshipinnirvine.co.uk

 

  


 Carrick destined for Australia

The Irvine Harbour Company has received the following update from the Scottish Maritime Museum that with the successful transfer to South of Australia of the rudder of the clipper ship 'City of Adelaide' work has now begun on the preparation of the vessel for her journey to Port Adelaide.  The technical issues associated with the treatment of the historic timbers of the vessel to meet Australian import regulations were overcome and tested with the move of the rudder.  One of the engineers from Australia, leading the project, arrived in Scotland on the 10th March and a number of specialist contractors have now been engaged.  The first phase of this stage of the work will be the dismantling of the Australian built transportation cradle and its repositioning under and around the ship.  Work will also commence inside the hull to provide the stability to the ship's frame for the move.

When she leaves harbour it may be necessary for vessels in trot 3 closest to the Bogside mudflats to be temporarily relocated to the other 2 trots or raft up at the pontoon.  Vessels affected will be notified nearer the time so please ensure your contact details are up to date!

 

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