Manannan


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Manannan

Irish god of the sea. [Irish Folklore: Briggs, 280]
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Chief executive Mark Woodward said: "I would like to thank our passengers for their patience and understanding while Manannan was being repaired.
Steve Hills wants an action break with twins Kitty and David DEVON; Get ready for action at Barton Hall FRANCE; High-tech paradise for kids at Futuroscope ISLE OF MAN; See a Viking boat in House of Manannan
The Steam Packet Company released photographs showing the "unprecedented" extent of the harm done to Manannan which has kept it out of service all week.
Its Facebook page states: "On January 21, 2015, the sculpture of Manannan Mac Lir, the Sea God was stolen from his plinth at the Gortmore Viewing Point on Bishop's Road, Castlerock/Limavady.
waves crash on the shore at New Brighton as, across the Mersey, the Tasmanian-built Isle of Man ferry, Manannan - renamed in 2008 after Manann[sz]n mac Lir, the Celtic god of the sea - prepares to leave port Purchase: www.
In this voyage tale, Manannan, the sea god, explains to the hero Bran that what he sees as waves of the sea are, in his own view, 'calves, lambs" on 'solid land'.
After settling in at our hotel in Port Erin, a 30-minute drive from the Douglas ferry terminal, we soaked up the history of the island in the House of Manannan.
Among the island's "must-sees" is The House of Manannan in Peel.
Incidentally, apart from the kipper curers and the nearby chocolate and ice cream producers, Peel has other attractions including the award-winning House of Manannan, where the island's Viking and seafaring heritage is traced in a series of interactive displays.
We caught it at the House of Manannan at Peel, and very atmospheric it was too - if a bit spooky for the very young.
PEOPLE travelling to the Isle of Man were facing more travel chaos today as all sailings of the catamaran ferry Manannan were cancelled for another day after the vessel was damaged.
Manannan Mac Lir, which is made out of fibre glass and stainless steel, was stolen from Binevenagh Mountain near Limavady, Co Derry.