Meitheal Mara have been involved in many maritime projects since it's inception.
The following table is a list of projects to date.
|"Origin part III: Contrast" (BCXSY & Sirius Arts Centre)||
BCXSY is a dutch-based multi-disciplined experience that creates and develops concepts, identities, products, graphics, interiors and atmospheres.
In a joint cooperation between Sirius Arts Centre and Meitheal Mara, BCXSY explored traditional crafts and techniques from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines.
Contrast is the result of the collaboration, and consists of a Side-Table, Stool, Fruit-Bowl and Serving-Tray.
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|"Glorious Galway – hookers, currachs, lake and river boats" publication (Galway County Council & Heritage Council)||
Highly-illustrated, 182 page, bi-lingual book presents the exciting story of the rich and vibrant boating heritage of County Galway.
The boat-types covered include all of the Galway Hooker family of boats, Bád Mór, Leathbhád, Gleoiteog, Púcán & Bád Iomartha; currachs, both canvas and GRP-skinned; the ubiquitous Currach Adhmaid; Lake-boats; Shannon Cruisers; Canal Barges; Fishing Boats; Yachts; Oyster Dredger Flats, Yawls, Currachs and many more.
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|Muintir na Mara, TG4||
Irish heritage series with Pádraig Ó Duinnín
|Red Bull City Currachs||Management of currach print race on River Lee, St Patrick’s Day hosted by Red Bull||2011|
|Game of Thrones HBO||Meitheal Mara consultant and boat provider to HBO’s Game of Thrones||2011|
|UNESCO World Heritage Site Nomination||Submission for nomination of Cork Harbour as a World Heritage Site||2010|
|Corkumnavigation Guide||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.||2010|
|"Cork City Slips & Steps" publication||Survey, map and assess the slips, steps and access points of an identified area along the River Lee in the centre of Cork City in partnership with Cork City council and the Heritage Council.||2010|
|Proby’s Slip||Rebuild & Maintenance of Proby’s Slip in Cork City||2009|
|Currach survey - Heritage Council||Examined the collections in the care of the National Museum as well as individual examples on the coastline||2009|
|National Opera of London||Commission for 8 Aran Island currachs for "Man of Aran" opera by Fiona Shaw||2009|
|"Traditional Boats of Ireland" publication||
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.
|“Fionbarra” – Bantry Bay Longboat||The construction of the 38ft./11.6m rowing and sailing craft "Fionbarra" at Meitheal Mara part-funded by the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart, Cork city.||2007|
|The Celts, C4||Contributed to The Celts TV series broadcast by Channel 4||2007|
|Big River (Lee) Cleanup||
The partnership was brokered through the Cork branch of Common Purpose Ireland.
|More than Museums, RTE||Documentary on Meitheal Mara||2006|
|National Museum||Building of Belderrig Currach for the National Museum, Co. Mayo||2004|
|Bibliomara Publication - Heritage Council||Annotated indexed bibliography of cultural and maritime heritage studies of the Irish coastal zone||2004|
|Brest 2000||Building of Currach for Brest 2000||2000|