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Experience the romance and mystery of Inishmurrray island aboard the MV Fiona. Joe, author of 'Inishmurray: Island Voices' or Keith, will reveal the secrets of the island as you travel. Sailing daily from Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo.
Take a 90 minute trip on a luxury boat for uninterrupted views of the spectacular scenery on Killary fjord. The inlet boasts some of the finest scenery in the West of Ireland and because of its sheltered nature, the waters are always calm.
RosGuill Charter Hire in Downings, Co Donegal operates a state of the art charter vessel for some of the best bottom fishing in Ireland.
A 1 hour cruise on Killarneys Loch Léin. Live commentary on history & folklore of area.
The Gap of Dunloe has, for 250 years, been the most famous visitor excursion in Ireland. Mountain, lake, woodland and legend in scenery that has no equal world wide and is seen to best effect by coach, pony and boat.
Providing pre booked harbour trips in Cork Harbour and can travel to Kinsale or Ballycotton (weather dependent).
Tarrea Queen Tours operate eco boat tours; sea angling; and, dive charters.
Observe the underwater world from a glass bottomed boat at this imaginative and informative exhibition of Connemara’s marine heritage. Located in the heart of majestic Connemara scenery, off the Letterfrack to Renvyle road.
A 100 passenger boat with flying deck and fully licensed bar, it departs Cong 5 times daily. Both Lady Ardilaun and Corrib Queen meet at the famous island of Inchagoill with its historical ruins going back to the 5th century.
The capacity of the M.V. Shy Talk is 10 people. The company now has a new all weather boat called The Trinity, which seats 50 people. It is closed in and fully heated. Features include a full drinks licence and snacks.
From €225 pps
€20 - €25 per person depending on numbers
Cruises from €10.80 pp
From €169 pps
€9 per student
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