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Wreath laying ceremony at the Seamens Memorial

In recent times there have been many memorials to those who died during the world wars. They should all be remembered. We commerate the only group who were lost while serving under the Irish Tricolour: the men of the Irish Mercantile Marine.

At 12 noon there will be a wreath laying ceremony at the Seamens Memorial, City Quay.
on Sunday 17th November 2019 followed by light refreshments in Stella Maris Seafarers Club

A History of Dublin Port

DUBLIN BAY OLD GAFFERS ASSOCIATION
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE
IN AID OF THE RNLI

“A HISTORY OF DUBLIN PORT”
BY
CORMAC F. LOWTH

POOLBEG YACHT AND BOAT CLUB, RINGSEND
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th. AT 8.00 P.M. SHARP.

Cormac will be giving an overview of many aspects of the history of Dublin Port, from earliest times to the present day.
He will be showing a great number of rare and interesting illustrations and photographs of many aspects of the Port’s fascinating maritime heritage.
It is a very broad subject and Cormac will try to encompass as much as possible in the time available.

Come early to be sure of a seat.
All are welcome. Contribution to the RNLI


A Showcase of Articles, published here


A Showcase of Articles, published here