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New Ross to St. Mullin's.

  • 27-06-2022 7:49pm
    Registered Users Posts: 513 ✭✭✭ 10pennymixup


    I was thinking of binging a barge from New Ross to St. Mullins. It's not a trip I've done before. I've done St Mullin's up to Athy before a few times.

    It's a widebeam shallow draft (20") with an airdraft of 8ft.

    Anyone any advice? Or where to find charts?


  • Registered Users Posts: 513 ✭✭✭ 10pennymixup

    Did the trip a few weeks ago. Got great advice from a local man. Definitely worth doing a beautiful part of the country.

    I left on a rising tide two and half hours before high tide at New Ross to arrive at St Mullins at the local high tide to avoid all obstacles. High Tide at St Mullins is approx 20 minutes after HT at New Ross.