COVID-19 Update 22 Dec 2020

Coleraine Harbour Commissioner’s priority continues to be the safety of our customers, staff and visitors.

As per Government COVID-19 guidelines that all non-essential shops and businesses must close;

From 0000hrs 26th December 2020 all Harbour leisure activities will close.

This means that there will be no access to the Harbour site for leisure boat customers, contractors or owners.

Commercial shipping operations remain in place.

These guidelines are to be in place for 6 weeks however, the national emergency is ongoing and we will be closely monitoring Government advice.

Harbour security remains our priority with site security checks and remote monitoring of 24hr CCTV systems. 

Updates will be posted on our website.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

For  more information on COVID-19 please click here

Coleraine Harbour – Welcome To The Port Of Coleraine

 

  **CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY CLOSING**  Coleraine Harbour will be closed from 1pm Wednesday 23rd December 2020 and will reopen Monday 4th January 2021. 

From all the staff at Coleraine Harbour –

“Merry Christmas to all our customers, colleagues and contractors.  Thank you for your support during the past year.  See you all in 2021”.

 

Telephone: 028 7034 2012
Fax: 028 7035 2000
Email:info@coleraineharbour.com
VHF: 12

 

Lat 55° 08 10′ N

 

Long 06° 40 21′ W

 

 

The River Bann Navigation Acts and Order 1879 to 2010.

 

The role of the Harbour Commissioners is primarily as the Navigational Authority regulating marine operations within Coleraine Harbour from the Barmouth to the Millennium footbridge. It has an environmental duty to conserve and facilitate the safe use of the Habour and its resources. 

In addition it has the responsibility of implementing the Port Marine Safety Code.  Coleraine Harbour Commissioners as the Competent Harbour Authority and duty holder under the Port Marine Safety Code (PMSC), recognise a responsibility to publicly report on PMSC performance.  The main requirements of the Code are to carry out risk assessments for marine operations, implement a safety management system, employ properly qualified marine personnel, and ensure that sufficient powers and resources are provided to manage marine operations safely.

An external compliance audit is carried out on an annual basis on the Port’s Safety Management System by the designated person to ensure that the standards as detailed in the PMSC and associated guide to good practice are met. 

 

 

Please take time to read through our Notifications to Mariners

 

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