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coracle

a small roundish boat made of waterproofed hides stretched over a wicker frame
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In The Currach Requires No Harbours, McGuckian reaffirms her commitment to charting the lives of ordinary women in ways that resist cliche.
The first part of the project 'Beneath the Mountain', will be about building the boat, with the second part 'The Voyage', taking place in spring and summer of next year, will involve building six to eight currachs and learning how to sail them.
To be fair, I would question why the editorial staff of Currach Press did not attend to the book's problems.
According to legend, the Irish monk sailed a currach from Europe to North America in the ninth century.
THESE plucky pals hope to become the first ever to row across the Irish Sea in a currach.
The stone, which was subsequently retrieved by divers, was finally laid to rest in the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire, beside one of the replica Stone Age vessels, called a currach, which were used to transport it.
Coming Out: Irish Gay Experiences is available from Currach Press for EUR14.
It will certainly complement our exhibition, which displays the rocks of Wales through the ages and the currach will be moored on one of our lakes.
Thousands watched on Friday as St Colmcille arrived in a currach while an acrobatic procession brought a mysterious box to Guildhall Square.
It is believed that the victim had been staying overnight in the house at the Currach Bui estate when a row broke out.
Gerry Folan, 43, was last seen rowing his 18ft currach off Mace Head, Co Galway, at about 5pm on Monday.