Strangford Lough


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Strangford Lough

(străng`fərd lŏkh), inlet of the Irish Sea, 17 mi (27 km) long and 4 mi (6.4 km) wide, between Ards and Down dists., E Northern Ireland, entered through a 5-mi (8-km) strait, the Narrrows. The Narrows, with its strong tidal currents, is the site of a commercial tidal energy demonstration project (operational 2008). One of the largest of the inlet's many small islands is Mahee island, which is the site of ancient monastic ruins.
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Other themes for the year will include Galway European Region of Gastronomy, Strangford Lough and the Wild Atlantic Way Cycle Sportif.
Down BT23 6PN, Secretary of Strangford Lough Yacht Club at Whiterock Bay, Killinchy, County Down, intend to apply for renewal of registration at the Magistrate's Court sitting at the Courthouse, Regent Street, Newtownards, County Down on Friday 16 March 2018.
The work will focus on the use of tidal power at Strangford Lough and the North Antrim Coast in Northern Ireland, ocean energy sites in Western Scotland and the potential for wave and tidal power generation in Donegal in the Republic of Ireland.
They appear to be tumbling like an earthy current towards the water of Strangford Lough, where more drumlins have created a group of tiny islands.
The route follows the demesne shoreline around to Robb's Camp where Lannister was held captive (aka Audleys Castle), with stunning sweeping views over Strangford lough.
In the hunter chase, Strangford Lough looks the pick of the runners.
The leading amateur rider was due to partner star hunter chaser On The Fringe on his seasonal reappearance at Leopardstown on Saturday, but was forced to watch on from the sidelines after she was unseated from Strangford Lough.
Strangford Lough Enda Bolger 3rd, 2m maiden hurdle, Down Royal, October 31 The jumps season is picking up despite the prevalence of ground a little drier than normal for the time of year, and some of the maiden hurdles run during the week were quite informative.
Marine Current Turbines has developed a world leading tidal turbine, a world class engineering team, unrivalled expertise in long-term turbine operations and testing through its SeaGen installation at Strangford Lough and an impressive portfolio of projects under development across the UK.
The casualties were mostly suffering from the effects of hypothermia after more than 200 people competing in 87 sailing dinghies were hit by a sudden change in the weather on Strangford Lough, the Maritime and Coastguard agency said.
The casualties were mostly suffering from the effects of hypothermia after 80 sailing dinghies in the Strangford Lough were hit by a sudden change in the weather.
A quarter-scale prototype of Deep Green, also known as "the underwater kite", is currently producing electricity in the waters off Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland.