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Storm Damage: Calf of Man South Harbour 26 March 2013

Storm damage has occurred to the entrance to South Harbour on the south east side of the Calf of Man. It appears that the storm at the weekend caused boulders at the outer marker to collapse, blocking the harbour and making passage in and out hazardous for vessels.

The extent of the damage is currently being assessed and visitors to the Calf of Man are asked not to land their boats at South Harbour until further notice.

Issued by: Manx National Heritage

26 March 2013

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