A traditional Boyne Coracle being used to lay fishing nets across the River Boyne.
The Boyne Currach Centre
Is situated on the banks of the River Boyne in the Bru Na Boinne World Heritage Site, Ireland. They run workshops and courses in making traditional Boyne Currachs and Coracles as well as traditional Irish Music and folk traditions. They are close to the 5000 year old New Grange burial mound.
A traditional Hampi Coracle made woven bamboo and used to ferry goods and people.
The Kishkinda Trust, Hampi
Is a small charity that works with the community of Hampi World Heritage Site in India to celebrate and conserve their local heritage, including the tradition of coracle making, for local economic benefit.
The Coracle Society was formed in 1990 with the aim of promoting the use and history of these and their allied craft. They do this with the support of their members, some of whom are coracle builders dispersed throughout the United Kingdom.