Port of New Ross, Wexford
New Ross is a town in southwest County Wexford, Ireland. It is located on the River Barrow, near the border with County Kilkenny, and is around 20 km north east of Waterford. In 2011 it had a population of over 9,316 people, making it the third-largest town in the county after Wexford and Enniscorthy.
The Port of New Ross offers a wide selection of facilities for importing, exporting and storing goods in the heart of the South East of Ireland.
The Dunbrody Famine Ship and the Galley Cruising Restaurant are popular tourist attractions on the river at New Ross
The Port of New Ross has a wide choice of facilities in five locations on both sides of the River Barrow at New Ross town.
The 30m-long Town Jetty on the east side of the river and the 60m-long Marshmeadows Jetty.
On the east side of the river is the 215m-long Rosbercon Jetty, owned by Stafford Shipping, which has a weighbridge and can cater for two vessels at the same time.
Also on the east side of the river is Raheen Jetty, a dry bulk facility, at 60m long.
Downriver at Stokestown is a 60m pontoon berth with weighbridge and nearby warehousing and open storage.
Mobile cranes are available on all berths.