Lower Lough Erne
- Belleek - Moorings, toilet and pump-outs. Food & fuel available locally.
- Lusty Beg - Private Marina (public access by arrangement). Food & drink available.
- Muckross - Moorings with toilet facilities.
- Kesh Jetties - Moorings with toilet facilities. Food & fuel available locally.
- North Crevenishaughy Jetty East - Moorings.
- Clareview Marina - Moorings.
- Tom's Island Jetty - Moorings.
- Drumcrow East Jetty - Moorings.
- Rossigh Jetty - Moorings with toilet facilities.
- Inish Davar Jetty - Moorings.
- Inishmacsaint Jetty - Moorings with ancient monuments.
- Camagh Bay Jetty - Moorings.
- Rossclare Jetty - Moorings.
- Carrickreagh Jetty - Moorings.
- Lough Erne Resort Jetty - Moorings.
- Trory Jetty - Moorings.
- Devenish Island - Moorings with ancient monuments and castle.
- Enniskillen - Moorings available at a number of locations: Round O Jetty (Service Block), Riverview, Regal Pass, Bread Meadow, Erneside Jetty, Henry Street Jetties, Waterways Ireland Headquarters, Ardhowen and Killyhevlin. All essential services available in town.
Upper Lough Erne
- Culkey Jetty - Moorings with coarse fishing.
- Bellanaleck Jetty - Moorings with showers & toilets. Food & fuel available locally.
- Tullyinnishmore Jetty - Moorings.
- Carrybridge Jetty - Moorings with showers, toilets and pump-outs. Food & fuel available locally.
- Knockninny Jetty - Moorings with water and toilet facilities available. Also sewage pump-out available.
- Naan Island Jetty - Moorings
- Tirraroe Jetty - Moorings.
- Share Holiday Centre - Private marina with access to food & drink.
- Corradillar - Moorings.
- Galloon Island - Moorings, toilets and pump-outs.
- Belturbet - Moorings, toilets & pump-outs. All essential services available in town.
Waterways Ireland has installed a new style of moorings on Upper and Lower Lough Erne to create an opportunity for boaters to use and experience the waterway differently.
The 18 new moorings across Upper & Lower Lough Erne are yellow mooring buoys that are permanently attached by chain to an anchor on the lake bed, to which a boat may tie up as an alternative to mooring at a jetty or deploying an anchor.
To moor up, a vessel should approach the yellow mooring buoy slowly from downwind. Using a boat hook lift up the pick-up buoy and attached rope out of the water to reach a steel ring. The forward mooring rope should be passed through the steel ring and tied securely from a deck cleat or other strong boat fixing. Users are advised to wear a lifejacket.
The locations have been chosen to provide safe, sheltered moorings in quiet locations that that will interest boaters with no negative impact or disturbance to bird, fish or mammal species or their habitat. These locations are not intended to give the boater egress to the land, but to provide a safe mooring opportunity away from other waterways users and offering a more intimate connection to nature, which some boaters are seeking. On Upper Lough Erne the moorings are located in Quivvy Lough, Trial Bay, Gole Wood, Creaghmacwallen Island and Tamlaght Bay. On Lower Lough Erne they can be found at Devenish, Inish Fovar, Blaney Bay, Castle Archdale, Strongbow and Rossmore Bay.
In selecting the locations for these moorings Waterways Ireland has paid particular attention to the provision of safe navigation and a safe mooring in a range of water depths and wind directions and the avoidance of overhead electric wires (for craft under sail). Waterways Ireland has also taken into account the weight of craft in designing the mooring anchors to cater for the heaviest cruisers presently on the navigation.
Click here for maps and information showing the buoy mooring locations