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Cruise Killarney's beautiful lakes with the M.V Pride of the Lakes. Setting sail from the 15th century Ross Castle, MV Pride of the Lakes offers scenic tours on Lough Leane. Ross Castle is 2 km outside of Killarney town.
A 1 hour cruise on Killarneys Loch Léin. Live commentary on history & folklore of area.
Enjoy a one hour boat trip from Shannonbridge, Clonmacnoise taking in the spectacular natural beauty of the Shannon waterway.
Hire a barge for a day on the Grand Canal and cruise through the county Kildare countryside on a unique day out that’s only 30 minutes from Dublin city centre by train. Full barge handling training provided.
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.
Locally based and run Skerries Seatours is a new and exciting venture run by local boat men Eoin Grimes.
Ex RNLI Mersey Class Lifeboat available for one hour, half day or full day charter. Sligo Bay, Inishmurray, Donegal Bay.
No visit to Donegal is complete without a trip on Ireland’s largest waterbus. This spacious, fully equipped vessel offers daily 75 to 80 minute tours of Donegal Bay with its many islands and abundant wildlife.
Wicklow Boat Charters offer a selection of Skippered Charters for Angling, Sightseeing and Nature Tours. Angling for all levels, Novice to Experienced, Half and Full Days. 1 & 2 hour tours for sea-Life, Heritage and Photography.
Baltimore Sea Safari is a family run boat trip business operating in Baltimore, West Cork. Join us for a coastal sightseeing tours with whale, dolphin and wildlife watching, while introducing our passengers to the outstanding beauty of the coastline
£1045 for 3 nights
€26 per adult; children's rates available
From £532 for 2 people on a Wave Duke cruiser
€30 (adult), €15 (child)
€50.00 per adult
€15 per adult
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