Our Club & Facilities
Clifden Boat Club's Clubhouse is situated
at the eastern end of the very sheltered Clifden Bay,
providing great anchorage, visitors moorings and easy access to shoreside.
Clifden harbour is 1km farther east, and a little north, providing a very
safe and sheltered tidal harbour with a draft of about 3m at mean high water.
The Clubhouse itself is close to the Clifden Bay Anchorage / Visitors Mooring
and has showers/changing rooms, a bar and restaurant (as well as all the local
info you need).
The following is always available: Fresh water 25m from slip.
Fuel and Lube oil available in drums from Clifden town and tanker deliveries
to Clifden Quay.
All stores available in Clifden town (1.6km from our Clubhouse or a short
stroll from Clifden quay.)
Some spares and mechanical repair available locally (ask in our Clubhouse).
There is Free Wi-Fi Internet in our Clubhouse and in many businesses in Clifden
The Boat Club is available for meetings and conferences by arangement.
The First port of call for visitors should be the Clifden Boat Club where
facilities are available and where information can be obtained.
Medical contacts:- Dr John Casey 095-21224/5. Dr Ciaran McLoughlin 095-21141.
Dr Linda Keaveny 095-22272. Hospitals:- Clifden District hospital 095-21301.
University College HospitaL Galway 091 524222.
Fuel by tanker to town pier available
on demand, prebooking advised (ask in Clubhouse for booking info).
There are numerous restaurants in the town and a post office on main street
in Clifden ,
an AIB Bank (21229) and Bank of Ireland (21111) , and many large supermarkets.
Mechanical and Garage services are available from various businesses in Clifden.
Buses leave regularly from Clifden, Bus Eireann Travel service 091 562000.
City Link 1890280808
The Tourist Office is located at The Station House, Galway Road, Clifden.
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