Leaving Cork Harbour

Cork Harbour serves as a conduit for trade between many parts of Ireland and the rest of the world. It has a thriving chemical industry, oil refinery and other industries from the Munster region. At the mouth of the harbour is Roches Point Lighthouse, and Church Bay, a delightful stony beach, lies directly across from it.
Ships still ply the waters in a never ending trade of goods going back centuries.

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