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Berth-holders brought in £30k

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Berthing at Mid and East Antrim’s five marinas and harbours earned the local authority almost £30,000 during December.

This figure can be compared with almost £24,000 in December 2019.

Both are income earned from “contract” berthing at Carrickfergus Marina, Carrickfergus Harbour, Glenarm Marina, Carnlough Harbour and Portglenone Marina.

Berthing by visitors to Mid and East Antrim’s marinas amounted to just £20 in December 2019 compared to £537 in December 2020 with seven visitors recorded, according to the council’s Harbours and Marina Income Report.

Use of electricity at Carrickfergus Marina in December 2019 amounted to £1,400 and £1,850 in December 2020 with £75 worth used at Glenarm Marina.

Laundry charges amounted to £15.41 in Carrickfergus Marina in December 2019 and £35 in December 2020.

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