Dublin Bay Cruises
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With five trips between City Centre, Dún Laoghaire and Howth departing each day, Dublin Bay Cruises offer the optimum way to experience Dublin’s coastline.
The 75 minute cruise takes in a variety of landmarks along the way, including the James Joyce Tower, a Martello tower where James Joyce once spent six nights, and the idyllic Dalkey island, which is home to, among other things, colonies of adorable grey seals. Other landmarks include the gloriously untouched Ireland’s Eye and Howth Head. A chilled, relaxing way to experience Dublin from an entirely new vantage point.
Your 75 min trip with us brings you not only around the beautiful vista of Dublin Bay, but it also helps you to travel through time and to understand how and why the modern city of Dublin developed to become the capital city of Ireland.
Dublin Bay Cruises is managed and operated by the Garrihy family who have many decades experience on the sea particularly on the west coast of Ireland where they operate 4 ships at Cliffs Of Moher Cruises and Doolin2Aran Ferries. The 75 minute Dublin Bay Cruise which links with Dublin's commuter train at both harbours takes you across the beautiful Dublin Bay including Dun Laogaire Harbour,James Joyce tower,Dalkey Island,Dublin Docks,Clontarf,Bull Island,Baily lighthouse,Irelands Eye Island and Howth Harbour where you can take the train back through the city centre to Dun Laoghaire or Visa Versa. On board you can enjoy a commentry on each attraction while you enjoy a beverage of your choice or just sit and gaze and enjoy the beautiful views on the bay on the shadow of the Dublin Mountains.
As both harbours are positioned just to the North (Howth) and South (Dun Laoghaire) of the city centre they are ideally located whether you cycle ,walk or take public transport which stops at both harbours and is only a 20 minutes journey from the City centre.If you choose to cycle on the new cycle track around the edge of the bay from Sutton to Sandycove you can take your bike on board to cross the bay.