Site Last Updated  February 2019


Shipwreck Lists

Harbour History

River Steamers

Irish Naval Service

Royal Navy in Cork

US Navy in Cork

USN Air Service in Cork

Killeagh Airship Station

Cruise Ships in Cork

Views Past and Present



Sealife of Cork Harbour

Lough Mahon Lighthouse

Martello Towers

Training Ships in Cork Harbour

Spit Bank Lighthouse

The Cork Hospital Ships

The Cork Prison Hulk


Cork's premier dive charter company, with extensive knowledge of both the wrecks and marine life of the Cork Harbour area

Joe Lynch and his Wildcat 107 Catamaran Wreckhunter, running angling trips from Crosshaven

Comprehensive AIS site showing vessels courses and identification

Cork Harbour Commissioners site - essential guide to port traffic and operations

(This link down April 03 2018)

Site providing an integrated information resource, linking all aspects of harbour related management, heritage and activities. It also provides   information on the Integrated Strategy for Cork Harbour and related activities and actions, including the Cork Harbour Forum, which represents a unique partnership   approach to coastal zone management in Ireland. This website and the   implementation of the Harbour Strategy are supported by the Innovative Management for Europe's Changing Coastal Resource (IMCORE) project.

Homepage of Daunt Sub Aqua Club - A site full of news and info on Cork diving.

The ultimate resource for historical information on all aspects of Cork history and culture. Presented by Cork City Library, it contains many free resources compiled by the helpful staff. A fantastic treasure trove of information.

The On-line Journal of  Research  in Irish Maritime History. A free website of articles, resources, and guides to Irish Maritime History..

Site celebrating the Antartic explorer and Ballinacurra, Co.Cork native, Captain Edward Bransfield.  He was the first person to sight and accurately map the  continent.of Antartica in 1820.

Site first uploaded 24th September 2002