Port of Cork
Promoting and developing Cork as a world class port facilitating the efficient and environmentally sustainable movement of goods and people to and from the marketplace while advancing the marine leisure opportunities presented by Cork’s natural harbour.
Crosshaven is a village in South County Cork near the mouth of Cork Harbour, some 23 km south of Cork City, 18 km from Cork Airport and just 12 km from Ringaskiddy. Whether you are intending to visit or just passing through, we hope you will find the information and contacts you require within this site.
Irish Sailing Association
The ISA is national governing body for all forms of recreational and competitive activities involving sail and engine powered craft in Ireland.
Royal Cork Yacht Club
Royal Cork Yacht Club. The Oldest Yacht club in the World – read a short history here.
From its inception in Paris in October 1907, the governing body for the sport of sailing was known as the International Yacht Racing Union. On 5 August 1996, the IYRU changed its name to the International Sailing Federation (ISAF).
Crosshaven Boat Yard was established almost 60 years ago and has been a family based operation since the early days.
The RNLI aims to save lives by changing attitudes and behaviour among people who use the sea regularly.
Crosshaven Lifeboat Station (est. 2000) is located in Crosshaven, Co. Cork at 51°54’N, 8°18’W, just near the edge of Cork Harbour.
RORC Rating Office
Obtain an IRC Cert (Endorsed / Unendorsed)
Fáilte Ireland South West
Tourism information website for the South West Region.