Seaman Memorial Statue
City Quay, Dublin 2
Dedicated to Those Lost During WWII

Unveiled by President Patrick Hillery in 1990, the National Seamen’s memorial commemorates the Irish Seafarers lost while serving on Irish merchant ships during World War II (1939-1945).

Located on City Quay, there is an annual commemoration at the statue on the third Sunday of each November beginning with a religious ceremony in City Quay Parish and concluding with an evening singsong in St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

Open: Open year round. 

 

Public Transport
 

By Bus: Take bus numbers 15a or 15b

By Luas (tram): Take the Luas Red Line to George’s Dock

By Dart (rail): Take the Dart to Tara Street



Contact Information

Address:City Quay, Dublin 2

Phone:



GPS Coordinates & MAP

53.3469, -6.2490