Wednesday November 25, 2020

Training ship to be used as bar

A training ship is set to be transformed into a cafe bar and wedding venue in Dublin by a group of publicans and shipwrights.

9th July, 2005

A training ship is set to be transformed into a cafe bar and wedding venue in Dublin by a group of publicans and shipwrights.

Dublin businessmen Larry Crowe, Brian Flannery and Robin Payne, who own the Cornerstone pub on Wexford Street and Nancy Hands on Parkgate Street, bought the MV Cill Airne last week for €40,000 from the Cork Institute of Technology.

The men - who also own hotels on Camden Street and have a...

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