About us

 

The Wicklow branch of Viking Marine was opened in Kilcoole in 2004. Here we specialise in boat sales, outboard engine sales and carry a large range of marine parts for all brands.

 

 Outboard Engines
We are main dealers for Evinrude, Johnson, Mariner/Mercury and Suzuki outboard engines and we can supply any outboard from their range. Our engineers are fully trained. Most importantly we can service and provide outboard engine spare parts and manufacturer warranty on these brands. We also stock a selection of electric outboards and batteries for low emission boating.

 

 New Boat Sales
We are main agents for Brig RIBS and inflatables, Rigiflex boats, Walker Bay and Topper sailing dinghies  We deal direct with the factories for the best prices.  We always have lots of boats for sale in our showroom!

  

 

Spare Parts

As main dealers for  Evinrude, Johnson, Mariner/Mercury and Suzuki outboard engines we have access to a full range of original and oem spare parts.In fact we also supply a marine parts for all makes of engines.We can  ship a wide range of marine parts direct to you at keen prices.

 

Servicing & Repairs
Keep your boat and engine in top class condition by having it regularly serviced by our expert staff. Damaged your boat or engine? Let us handle the repairs and get you back on the water asap. 

 

Trailers

We stock a range of Indespension boat trailers, accessories and spare parts.

 

Opening times:

Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm

Saturday and after hours by appointment

 

Thank you for taking the time to look at our site. All suggestions for improvements and additions always welcomed.

 

Sincerely,

 

Leighton Gray

General Manager

Tel: (01) 2811168

Find us

Contact us.

Viking Marine

Kilcoole Industrial Estate,
Kilcoole,
Co. Wicklow.
T: +353 1 2811168 

boats@vikingmarine.ie

Contact the Shop.

Viking Marine

The Pavilion,

Dun Laoghaire,

Co. Dublin.

T:+353 1 2806654

 

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Ballyglass RNLI in Back to Back Call Outs to Assist Crew of Two Fishing Vessels (Wed, 20 Mar 2019)
The Ballyglass all-weather lifeboat Ballyglass RNLI responded to two back to back call-outs today, first to bring an injured fisherman to safety, and then to assist a 10m fishing vessel that had broken down off the Mayo coast. The volunteer crew launched their all-weather lifeboat this morning (Tuesday 19 March) to go to the aid of a fishing vessel with an injured crew member, 18 miles east of Ballyglass. The lifeboat was requested to launch by the Irish Coast Guard at 9.34am this morning to the boat which had three people onboard. Weather conditions were overcast at the time with a west to southwest wind, force 4 to 5 and a westerly sea swell of two metres. The all-weather lifeboat under Coxswain James Mangan with six crew onboard, launched immediately and was on scene approximately 40 minutes later. The crew assessed the casualty before transferring him safely from the vessel to the lifeboat and then administering casualty care. The lifeboat proceeded onwards to Ballyglass where the crew transferred the casualty into the care of a waiting ambulance. Ballyglass Coast Guard Unit was on standby at the pier. The fisherman was subsequently brought to Mayo General Hospital for further treatment. Having arrived back at the station shortly after 11am, Ballyglass RNLI was requested to launch for a second time some two hours later, this time at the request of the Irish Coast Guard, to go to the aid of a 10m fishing boat with three people onboard, that had broken down 16 miles north of Downpatrick Head. The lifeboat immediately launched again under Coxswain James Mangan with four crew onboard. Weather conditions freshened this afternoon to a west to southwest wind Force 5 wind and a 2.5- 3m swell. Once on scene, the lifeboat crew began to work with the fishermen to establish a towline. The lifeboat then began the slow tow back to Ballyglass RNLI where they are expected to arrive later this evening. Speaking after a long day at sea for the volunteer crew, Padraig Sheeran, Ballyglass RNLI Lifeboat Operations Manager said: ‘Today has been a busy one for the lifeboat station with the first two call-outs of the year happening straight after each other. ‘We want to extend our best wishes to the injured fisherman for a speedy recovery and wish the crew of both fishing boats well. I would like also like to thank and commend our lifeboat crew for their dedication and professionalism in responding to these back to back call outs today. It is something they train for and are prepared to do but days like today do highlight their selfless willingness and commitment.’
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