Wind: Very Good 10mph, Pressure: 1014mb, Sunset: 21:22 IST
Monday - Sunny Intervals
Maximum: 14C, Minimum: 7C
Wind: 9mph Northerly, Visibility: Very Good, Pollution: -- , Sunrise: 05:27 IST, Sunset: 21:24 IST
Tuesday - Sunny Intervals
Maximum: 14C, Minimum: 7C
Wind: 8mph Southerly, Visibility: Good, Pollution: -- , Sunrise: 05:25 IST, Sunset: 21:25 IST
No tidal data is available for this location
Waterford City is situated on the banks of the River Suir and the Marina is located in the heart of the historic city which dates back to the 9th century.
It is the capital of the South East region with a population of some 50,000 people, in an area of mountains, lakes and spectacular coastal scenery.
It boasts an unbroken line of Mayors & Councils with over 800 years of civic government going back to Anglo-Norman times. Modern Waterford has an urban environment where Ancient Towers and City Walls are in harmony with modern shopping, housing and business premises.
The Marina has fully serviced berths available. Full C.C.T.V is in operation. Showers in the Tower Hotel are available nearby. Because of its unique city centre location, there is a wide range of Shops, Restaurants and Bars and other amenitites available as you step ashore.
Open all year with Winter and Summer rates available
Useful Telephone Numbers
South East Tourism
The Granary Building, The Quay, Waterford
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: Int + 353 (0) 51 875788
Fax: Int + 353 (0)51 877388
Waterford Crystal Tourist Office
Kilbarry, Waterford Email:email@example.com Tel: Int + 353 (0)51 358398
Waterford Airport Tel Int +353 (0)51 875589 Passage East Car Ferry Tel: Int +353 (0)51 3822480
Waterfront Restaurant at Waterford Marina Hotel, a truly enjoyable dining experience. Our carefully crafted menu combines the finest fresh Irish food with influences from around the globe. The perfect balance of exciting food and nutrition, something for everyone in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
In the heart of Waterford city, overlooking the Marina, Tower Hotel Waterford with its extensive conference, banqueting and leisure facilities is one of the largest hotels in the South East and the flagship of the Tower Hotel Group. It is the ideal venue whether you are visiting Waterford for business or pleasure The hotel features 135 bedrooms, 3 Suites, dining and bar facilities, 5 designated conference suites, extensive leisure facilities and private hotel carpark
This part of the south west coast of Ireland is dotted with islands, many of which are now uninhabited, perfect for peaceful sailing holidays. Others, including Cape Clear, Sherkin and Heir Islands, have ferry access to the mainland.
The Fastnet Rock, west of Cape Clear, is Ireland's most southerly lighthouse and marks the halfway point in the famous biannual Fastnet Race for yachts.
Castletownshend, Schull, Goleen and Crookhaven are just some of the West Cork towns and villages to which Inishbeg sails on day charters. On weekend sailing holidays, Bantry, Glengarriff and Bere Island are within easy reach. Cruising further north to the Skelligs and Dingle is possible if you have a week or more aboard the yacht.
Your sailing holiday in West Cork, Ireland will be aboard Inishbeg, a brand new Bavaria 50, the flagship of the Bavaria range. A 50-footer, Inishbeg is designed for comfort and performance. Accommodation on board is luxurious and the safety, communications and navigation technology is top of the range.
In one French word - 'Superb'! The atmosphere and prices are relaxed. But as you would expect with Arnaud & Patrice, two French chefs, the food is 'par excellent'. At L'atmosphere it is all about good food & (...but of course) fine wines! Open Sunday for the dinner from 8th October.
Boat Storage and Boat Repair. 30 ton Wise Marine Travel Hoist.
Inboard and outboard repair and service. No job too big. Gel coating, painting, antifoul. All at very competitive rates.
Lift out - Power wash - Lift in
Who could fail to be charmed by Geoff's? An old-world rarity situated in the midst of the Norman city walls of Waterford City where outstanding service and excellent food is the order of the day. Geoff's Cafť Bar has been a stronghold in the city since 1906 and to this day remains the first choice for discerning locals for when it comes to good food.
Popular traditional far includes; Bangers & Mash, Homemade Pies, local seafood and homemade breads for which Geoff's is well known, is served informally in the bar alongside more contemporary dishes such as Homemade Burgers, Thai chicken curry and Tagliatelle of wild mushrooms.
Deserts are very tempting choices include homemade chocolate tart and banoffi pavlova along with daily specials.
A recently added beer garden is well appointed and hugely spacious. The many outdoor heaters maintain the warm and friendly atmosphere of the inside.
Bar Meals: 12pm to 9pm Monday to Saturday; average main dish about ‚ā¨10.00 Fine Wines: A selection of fine wines are available by the glass / bottle Closed: 25 Dec & Good Friday. We accept Visa/Mastercard/Laser Directions: 9 John Street, Waterford. (Opposite Applemarket)
This delightful Thai restaurant on three stories is a great place for some really good Thai food. The restaurant is situated on the Quay in Waterford and is almost directly opposite the bus station. It is also just five minutes walk from the train station and is therefore an ideal place to eat if you're travelling to or from the City. The view from the window seats is of the river and it's pleasant to sit there and watch the boats as you eat. The interior decor is wonderful - a great mix of stripped stone walls, heavy wood, and Thai upholstery and authentic ornamentation. On the second storey there's a wonderful canopied love seat with silk-covered cushions where you'd love to languish with your lover anjoying a Mai Thai special coffee.
The three ships are a symbol of Waterford's historic maritime importance, and this pub is decorated with memorabilia: as you leave, look for the metal sign warning of a fine of one penny for failing ‚Äúto fasten the gate‚ÄĚ ‚Äďand make sure you close the door. The high ceilings and seating around the walls make this bar feel larger than it is.
At the Wine Vault Restaurant you'll find the perfect combination of wonderfully prepared fresh food, excellent wine in the perfect setting; a beautifully restored 18th century bonded warehouse and wine vault.