The east and west
shores of Waterford Estuary from Ballyhack / Passage East to the
estuary mouth are described separately.
complete protection with up to 1.5m HWS
-1.2 m LWS. Outside the north / south walls offer an extra 1m
but all dry out
south harbour wall is flanked by a slip, which needs to be given 2m
clearance on approach. South of the harbour, there is
commercial slipway for the ferry and further south another private
pier and slip, neither of which are available for craft. There are
also moorings north of the harbour.
village, which is a ferry point for the Passage East Car Ferry, also
has a pub, shop and Carroll’s Boatyard
Tel: + 353 (0)51 389164
A number of charter boats operate fishing and boat trips in the area.
the navigation channel markers
and there is clear
access to Ballyhack
52° 14.715' N, 006° 58.163' W.
Be aware of the
Passage East Car Ferry which operates from Passage East to Ballyhack,
sunrise to sunset.
village, South of Ballyhack, has good road access, a pleasant beach,
pub and there is a coastal walk to Ballyhack.