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Granuaile manoeuvring into Rosslare Euro Port (YouTube)

Description: Granuaile manoeuvring into Rosslare Euro Port

Owner: JP Rothery

26 Captain Robert McCabe - 4th Annual SmartOcean Forum - 2013 (YouTube)

Description: Director of Operations and Navigation, Commissioners of Irish Lights Irelands Coastal A to N Network -- An Enabler for Blue Growth 4th Annual SmartOcean Forum 'Blue Growth: Seize the Opportunity. Share the potential.' 5th & 6th of November 2013 Titanic Belfast The SmartOcean Forum, held at the Titanic Centre, Belfast (5th and 6th November) aims to establish Northern Ireland and Ireland as leaders in the development of ICT products and services for global marine sectors. The Invest Northern Ireland sponsored event will focus on developing high-tech products and services for traditional sectors such as fisheries, aquaculture, transport and security and emerging sectors such as renewable ocean energy and environmental monitoring, and ocean observation.

Owner: justmultimedia

GalwayBuoy - Leaving Commissioners of Irish Lights in Dun Laoghaire for ILV Granuaile (YouTube)

Description: Follow on www.facebook.com/galwaybuoy or www.twitter.com/galwaybuoy. The Commissioners of Irish Lights are deploying a buoy in Galway Bay in early June 2012 for the finale of the Volvo Ocean Race. This buoy will be providing NavOcean data from an array of sensors that are fitted to it. This buoy will also be providing information on the Race and events that are happening in Galway.

Owner: Irish Lights

Explorer - A Deeper Understanding (Part 1 of 4) (YouTube)

Description: Join the scientists and crew of Ireland's Marine Institute flagship research vessel RV Celtic Explorer on a deepwater mission to film coldwater corals off the Atlantic coast of Ireland and investigate the plight of the Orange Roughy, a long-lived species threatened by overfishing. (Part one of four).

Owner: marineinstituteIRL

Galway Harbour - Unloading Wind Turbines (YouTube)

Description: A time lapse video showing the unloading of wind turbines from two ships in Galway Harbour on 19th & 20th December 2013

Owner: corbo

The Shannon Estuary (YouTube)

Description: Shannon Foynes Port Company, a short video showing the world class facilities we have to offer.

Owner: Shannon Foynes Port Company

Explorer - A Deeper Understanding (Part 2 of 4) (YouTube)

Description: Join the scientists and crew of Ireland's Marine Institute flagship research vessel RV Celtic Explorer on a deepwater mission to film coldwater corals off the Atlantic coast of Ireland and investigate the plight of the Orange Roughy, a long-lived species threatened by overfishing. (Part two of four).

Owner: marineinstituteIRL

Galway Twitter Buoy Launch (YouTube)

Description: The Galway Buoy (@GalwayBuoy) is a Type 1 South Cardinal Superbuoy (the largest buoy type in the Commissioners of Irish Lights inventory) which will be deployed in Galway Bay on 14th June 2012, in prime position for a front row seat for the Volvo Ocean Race finale. The buoy is fitted with a variety of meteorological and oceanographic sensors which will be tweeting data automatically via the automatic identification system (AIS) and GSM networks, giving a unique insight into sea and weather conditions in Galway Bay. This is a collaboration between Commissioners of Irish Lights, Marine Institute, SmartOcean Ireland, Techworks and IMERC. The buoy will also tweet updates on the Volvo Ocean Race and information on the onshore festival events. Follow on Twitter www.twitter.com/GalwayBuoy Like on Facebook www.facebook.com/GalwayBuoy

Owner: Irish Lights

Galway Buoy in position in Galway Bay (YouTube)

Description: The Galway Buoy (@GalwayBuoy) is a Type 1 South Cardinal Superbuoy (the largest buoy type in the Commissioners of Irish Lights inventory) which will be deployed in Galway Bay on 14th June 2012, in prime position for a front row seat for the Volvo Ocean Race finale. The buoy is fitted with a variety of meteorological and oceanographic sensors which will be tweeting data automatically via the automatic identification system (AIS) and GSM networks, giving a unique insight into sea and weather conditions in Galway Bay. This is a collaboration between Commissioners of Irish Lights, Marine Institute, SmartOcean Ireland, Techworks and IMERC. The buoy will also tweet updates on the Volvo Ocean Race and information on the onshore festival events. Follow on Twitter www.twitter.com/GalwayBuoy Like on Facebook www.facebook.com/GalwayBuoy

Owner: Irish Lights

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