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Take a relaxing one hour cruise on the River Shannon on the luxurious Moon River pleasure cruiser. Enjoy the onboard entertainment and light refreshments, or sit on deck for a riverside view of the beautiful surroundings.
Boat cruises from Cong and Oughterard daily during the summer months.
Kinsale Harbour Cruises offer a cruise to Kinsale's outer harbour and up the Bandon River, with commentary, music, bar & snacks.
Scenic boat trips on the Killarney Lakes are provided, catering for families and small groups. Fishing trips are also offered, with the necessary equipment supplied.
No visit to the north west is complete without a trip on the Rose of Innisfree tourboat to view the Isle of Innisfree, situated on one of Ireland's most beautiful lakes, Lough Gill, which straddles Co Sligo and Co Leitrim.
The Ellen Louise, departs from Mullaghmore and Bundoran. Angling, diving, sightseeing, seal, dolphin and bird watching. Trips to Inishmurray Island. Special occasions e.g. children's parties.
Sliabh Liag Boat Tours in Teelin, County Donegal, offer sightseeing trips to Bunglas Cliffs and Sliabh Liag, one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe.
Relax on a comfortable passenger vessel taking in the dramatic scenery of the Kenmare Bay while a friendly captain and guide tell about the history and ecology of the area.
Explore the River Shannon and Lough Derg with Killaloe River Cruises. A commentary is provided on all interesting sites as you cruise by. Relax and unwind on one of our modern boats taking in the magnificent scenery, wildlife, heritage and folklore.
A family run business offering excellent deep sea fishing or a visit to all three Aran Islands, operating out of Liscannor, Co. Clare.
€10 per student
From €169 pps
€15 per adult
From €225 pps
€20 - €25 per person depending on numbers
£30 adults / £15 children under 12
£140 per stay, up to 5 people
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