Cahersiveen Marina, Kerry

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  • Created: May 1, 2013
  • Updated: March 12, 2018
Location: Kerry
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The 93 berth Cahersiveen Marina sits on the banks of the Valentia River, off the Western Coast of the Ring of Kerry. The Gulf Stream waters of the Atlantic wash through the naturally-formed Valentia harbour, creating a safe haven in all weather conditions. Cahersiveens long sea-faring tradition ensures a deep-rooted understanding of the needs of sailors, and of boats of all types and sizes. The natural, unspoilt environment provides a backdrop for those who wish to cruise around Valentia Island and Dingle Bay, and visit the several uninhabited islands. Anglers from all points of the compass come to experience the renowned salt and fresh water fishing. Cahersiveen has recently hosted the European Federation of SeaAnglers competition. The locality also boasts excellent safe swimming from the sheltered sandy beaches. A stroll around the historic town, only five minutes from the Marina, offers friendly bars, superb food, and all of the flavour of a unique remote Irish location.

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1. Cahersiveen Marina, Kerry

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The 93 berth Cahersiveen Marina sits on the banks of the Valentia River, off the Western Coast of the Ring of Kerry. The Gulf Stream waters of the Atlantic wash through the naturally-formed Valentia harbour, creating a safe haven in all weather conditions. Cahersiveens long sea-faring tradition ensures a deep-rooted understanding of the needs of sailors, and of boats of all types and sizes. The natural, unspoilt environment provides a backdrop for those who wish to cruise around Valentia Island and Dingle Bay, and visit the several uninhabited islands. Anglers from all points of the compass come to experience the renowned salt and fresh water fishing. Cahersiveen has recently hosted the European Federation of SeaAnglers competition. The locality also boasts excellent safe swimming from the sheltered sandy beaches. A stroll around the historic town, only five minutes from the Marina, offers friendly bars, superb food, and all of the flavour of a unique remote Irish location.

To get directions, use our Map of Ireland and Sat Nav tools on our website and our GPS maps on our free ActiveME iPhone and Android App.  Feel free to send us your photos and add you own star rating, comments or suggestions below.