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Town pier

The pier is 350m in length with 4 metres at low tide

Castletownbere Pier Castletoiwnbere Pier
The western end of the Town pier Overall view of the Town pier

Dinish Island

Dinish pier deep-water berth
The pier is 250 metres in length with 8.5 metres at low tide

On  the south side of Dinish in Berehaven a deep water pier could be built 1000m long with  20 metres at low tide

40 acres of an industry park in Dinish Island which is attached to the main land with a bridge 
Dinish Island Dinish Island
Looking from the Castletownbere side across Dinish Island Pier to the Western Entrance to Berehaven Dinish Island with connecting bridge in the middle distance with Hungry Hill on the horizon
Dinsih Island Bridge
Bridge to Dinish Island
The bridge to Dinish Island
Dinish Island Dinish Island
Dinish Island
Syncrolift Syncrolift
The synchrolift can lift  200 tons ship 
There is  30 metres of quay space around lift for repairs.
Helicopter pad
Helicopter pad
Bere Island
Ocean Bank
Atlantic Towage and Marine's 'Ocean Bank'
There is a Private dry dock on Bere Island side of Berehaven which can accommodate ships up to 43metres in length [photo of dock]
Bere Island Dry Dock Bere Island Dry Dock

Refuel available on pier for water and diesel

Harbour office on main pier for all enquires

Annette Hutton Replacing the bouy

The Castletownbere RNLI lifeboat 'Annette Hutton'

heading out into Berehaven

A data buoy being landed from the Celtic Voyager. These buoys spend months at sea recording such things as climatic change and then are brought ashore where months on sea life are removed. The serviced data buoy awaits to be loaded onto the Celtic Voyager while the landed one is put on a lorry to be taken up to Galway for inspection
Data Buoy RNLI