Dunbrody Famine Ship Visitor Centre

Local nameDunbrody Famine Ship Visitor Centre
LocationNew Ross, Ireland

The Dunbrody is a three-masted barque built in New Ross in 2001 by New Ross Drydock for the Dunbrody Project, with the financial assistance of the J. F. Kennedy Trust. The final fit-out including production of main deck, bulwark, deckhouse, interior, electrics and plumbing was done by the German company navcon.naval consulting GmbH. The ship was converted to a Lloyd's Register approved passenger sailing vessel in 2006 by the German company Neptun Peenemuende GmbH. For this two main engines, a bowthruster, watertight bulkheads and a modern navigation system were added. The ship sailed to England twice in the following years.

The Dunbrody is a full-scale seagoing replica of the Dunbrody, launched in 1845 and wrecked in 1875.

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Opening hours

Daily: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
First tour: 9:45 am
Last tour: 5 pm


Adults: €10
Seniors: €8
Children, students: €6
Family (2+2): €25

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunbrody_(2001)

Official Website https://www.dunbrody.com/

Twitter https://twitter.com/dunbrodyship

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/dunbrodyfamineship?sk=wall

Email info@dunbrody.com

Phone +353 51 425239

Address The Quay, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland

Coordinates 52°23'36.27" N -6°56'52.72" E

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