Ireland’s northwest coast provides a wealth of rugged and wild scenery. The varied and interesting coastline on this chart stretches from Rathlin O’Birne to Aran Island.
Rathlin O’Birne is an island located 2km west of the Malin Beg coastline at the south-west tip of Donegal, it is County Donegal’s most westerly point. The island’s lighthouse in 1974 was the first nuclear-powered lighthouse in Ireland and was said to be the most powerful in the country at the time. With the march of technological progress wind power replaced the nuclear-powered cells and in 1987 and in 1993 solar power and unmanned operation of the lighthouse took over.
Arranmore (It is also called Aran Island) is an island off the west coast of County Donegal, It is the largest inhabited island of County Donegal. The island is part of the Gaeltacht, with most of the inhabitants speaking Ulster Irish.
The notable locations on this chart are: Boylagh Bay, Loughros more bay and Malin Beg Head. Cruit island, Rutland island, Inishcoo island, Inishfree Island, Inishkeel can be seen as well as some smaller islands.
Specification: Location: Rathlin O’Birne to Aran Island, Ireland
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