Malahide Marina

One of Ireland’s premier coastal marinas, Malahide Marina offers 350 berths for local and visiting yachts and motor cruisers. Nestled in the estuary of the Broadmeadow River beside the charming Malahide village, the marina is protected from the sea by a floating breakwater system.

Project Details
  • Client

    Malahide Marina Village

  • Architect

    Conroy Crowe Kelly

The project included seawalls, extensive dredging and land reclamation, floating berths, a boat hoist and fuelling station, Marina clubhouse and a restaurant located over water in the middle of the marina.

Our team were appointed to provide all marine, civil and structural engineering for the project.

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