Port of Galway (53 16’N 009 03’W)
Galway is a Tender Port. It is most central Port on the West Coast of Ireland – it is in the sheltered eastern corner of Galway Bay. Situated on the River Corrib, 53 16’N 009 03’W. British Admiralty charts 1904, 1984, 3339.
Galway has been a passenger Liner Port since before 1845 and more recently in 1922 when the regular visiting ships were of Holland America Line and Cunard. Today, Holland America Line are still calling along with Companie du Ponant, P&O Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Silver Seas, Saga, Hapag Lloyd, Princess Cruises, Ambassador Cruises, Fred Olsen, Azamara, TUI Cruises and Regent Seven Seas.