Meitheal Mara is actively involved in heritage & cultural research & publications and has an extensive archive and research library which provides opportunities for students of maritime Irish history and culture.
Since it’s formation, Meitheal Mara has continously contributed to many audio & visual documentaries and publications including most recently:
|Glorious Galway – hookers, currachs, lake and river boats||Galway County Council & The Heritage Council||Highly-illustrated, 182 page, bi-lingual book presents the exciting story of the rich and vibrant boating heritage of County Galway.
Buy online here!
|Corkumnavigation Guide||The Heritage Council||Production of a map/chart and navigational notes for assistance to those wishing to experience the natural, physical, maritime and built environment of Cork city from the bifurcated channel of the River Lee. In conjunction with Cork School of Architecture.||2010|
|Slips & Steps of Cork City||The Heritage Council||Survey, map and assess the slips, steps and access points of an identified area along the River Lee in the centre of Cork City||2010|
|Traditional Boats of Ireland||Traditional Boats of Ireland||Contribution to the national study and publication of ‘Traditional Boats of Ireland’. The project was the result of a combined effort by Irish people passionate about the rich diversity of boat types throughout the country.||2008|