Sunday, March 26, 2017

greencastle harbour

Greencastle is about 4km from Moville.  Greencastle takes its name from the castle, built in 1305 by Richard de Burgo, the Earl of Ulster, to guard the entrance to Lough Foyle. The Greencastle Marina is situated in the heart of the village, providing secure and safe berthing at the mouth of Lough Foyle, Co. Donegal.   The Greencastle Marina is a preferred first port of call for yachts coming from Scotland or Northern Ireland.




19 comments:

  1. Hi Bill

    Nice picture.
    Beautiful blue and green boats side by side.
    Colorful.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. Looks like a fisher harbor to me by seeing these boats. Nice and calm.

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  3. Nice picture with colourful boats.

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  4. Marinas are one of my favorite places - along with the boats, birds, etc. Nice shot!

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  5. Great photo.
    I been never on one.
    Water is peace to be with

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  6. A calm, lovely scene, Bill. Love it.

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  7. You can see it's a busy port Bill. Love the colours and reflections in this pretty marine image.

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  8. This is a pleasant scene, Bill. I like the reflections too.

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  9. These boats are lovely-colors. And the reflections are nice.

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  10. The paint on the boats makes them look new.

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  11. Wherever I go I like to see the harbour... the boats, the names and colours.
    Looks nice this place too.

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  12. Nice shot, I can park my yacht there! ;-)

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  13. Those look like working boats. Perhaps it is too early for the pleasure craft.

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  14. Hay Bill, prachtig gezicht op de haven met de vissers boten.
    Groet Kees.

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  15. Love the colors in this photo. Nice composition too. With the crane in the background, it definitely looks like a working port.

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