Wreck of the Port Lairge and St Kieran’s Quay

Wreck of the Port Lairge and St Kieran’s Quay

Details

Wreck of the Port Lairge and St Kieran’s Quay

Features

The Port Lairge is a ship wreck near St Kieran’s Quay in south County Wexford.

The rusting ship may be an ideal background visual for films that need a large and visually interesting ship wreck. The wreck is rusting but mostly intact. The area is very accessible as the wreck is grounded on slobland near the shore and is passed by a small road. During low tide, it’s possible, though precarious, to walk out to the ship from St Kieran’s Quay.

The ship was built c.1910 and was used up until 1987. It was a steam dredger and used to clear Waterford Harbour.

St Kieran’s Quay is a slipway and pontoon jetty around 200m away. Also known as St Kearns Quay.

More Info

Nearest village: Saltmills, 3km away.

Nearest town: New Ross, 24km away.

Contact Us

Photographer: Gordon Wycherly

Location

Saint Kieran’s Quay, Saint Kieran’s, Saltmills, Co. Wexford

Contact

George Colfer, Executive Engineer, Wexford Co. Council

Location ID

SW0183

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