The Shamrock moored at Rogerstown pier Rush Co Dublin.
The Shamrock is the fery that service Lambay Island which is just 6km off the coast. The island is now a wildlife sanctuary and an important breeding ground for many birds.
Rogerstown harbour was a coal harbour up to early 1900s but is now maily used for the Shamrock. Rogerstown estuary is also an important bird sanctuary and where the sailors came ashore after a bad storm and built the first church in Rush which was dedicated to St. Maurs the patron saint of Rush The area was also the site of a recent discovery of viking remain as rogerstown was Rogershavnn