Admiralty Chart number 1840.
We are located in the port of Castletownbere in Bantry Bay on the South-West coast of Ireland.
Castletownbere has a new 250m deep-water pier with 8 meters at low water.
The depth in the channel is 6.5 metres at low water and dredged to a width of 40 metres.
There is also a safe anchorage for larger vessels in the harbour between Bere Island and Dinish Island and also east of George Rock buoy between Bere Island and the main land.
Castletownbere is Ireland’s premier white fish port and the second largest natural harbour in the world. The port has two entrances, East and West side of Bere Island. The East Entrance is more suitable for larger vessels and entering in bad weather conditions.
Lat N 51.36.8”
Long W 009.55.5”
Lat N 51.38.7″
Long W 009.45.2″