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Minister Coveney Lends His Support for Cork Harbour Open Day 2011

Posted: August 3, 2011

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Mr Simon Coveney T.D was in Ringaskiddy at the National Maritime College of Ireland today to help promote Cork Harbour Open Day 2011. The event which takes place on Saturday 10th September is aimed at embracing and showcasing what Cork Harbour has to offer.

This is the third year of Cork Harbour Open Day and organisers are hopeful that the wide range of events, such as, concerts on Spike Island, photographic Exhibition in Camden Fort, guided tours of an Irish naval ship and an open day at the National Maritime College of Ireland, will attract many people.  A programme of events to date can be found on

Caption: L to R: Captain Hugh Tully Irish Navy, Val Cummins Director of MERC³, Simon Coveney TD Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Delaney Vice President Development – CIT, Sara Mackeown Commercial Marketing Port of Cork, Cathal O’Mahony Coastal Marine Research Centre, Ken Cotter Cork Harbour Web Designer and Josephine O’Driscoll, Failte Ireland.

The idea for a Harbour Open Day emerged three years ago following discussions between various stakeholders involved in the development and implementation of the Integrated Strategy for Cork Harbour. A group comprising of representatives from UCC, City and County Councils, Irish Navy and the Port of Cork set about working together to engage with users of the Harbour and to organise the Open Day.

Cork Harbour is the second largest natural harbour in the world, next to Sydney Harbour, offering beautiful locations for enjoying the outdoors, dramatic coastlines, and excellent leisure facilities, and is home to some very talented artists, sportsmen and women, and people who are passionate about the history, heritage and cultural value of Cork Harbour.

If you would like to be involved in Cork Harbour Open Day or organise an event on the day, please contact Sara Mackeown at or 021-4625375.

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