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Leneghan Ferries have various boats available for trips in and around Achill Island and Inishbiggle for whale, dolphin watching, birdwatching and Angling Trips.
Reail na nOileán, an 8.5m Redbay Stormforce Cabined Rib is available for trips in and around Achill Island and Inishbiggle for whale, dolphin watching, birdwatching, special Interest charters and visits to the seal caves at Dugort. The boat is registered with the Dept Of Marine and holds a P3 Licence. The boat is licensed to carry 12 passengers.
Banríon na Farraige offers sea angling trips around Achill Island, Inishbiggle and surrounding areas.The boat, 6.19 in length, is registered with the Dept of Marine and holds a current licence. The boat is fully equipped with rods and reels and up to date safety equipment.
The Leneghan brothers were brought up on Inishbiggle and have an innate knowledge of the fishing grounds around Achill and up towards the North Mayo Coastline. Take a trip and you will not be disappointed.
The ultimate speed power boat trips along the Ballycroy National Park coast line. The tour includes a view of Gráinne Mhaol castle (pirate queen of Mayo) in Fahey and lookout points along the Achill coast line. The site of where one of the Spanish Armada ships ( La Rata Santa Mark Encoronada )went down in 1588 in Blacksod Bay. Also along the voyage you can stop and visit the Iniskea Islands and have a picnic. On this tour there are magnificent views of the Slievemore Cliffs. See Achill Sound where the bridge connects Achill to the main land. Also included in the trip is Tra Mhore probably the largest sandy beach in Europe when the tide goes out.
Angling trips on our 8.2metre boat will ensure a perfect activity for any day outing. Deep sea fishing is a great way to relax and even better way to see the west coast of Ireland and surrounding Islands.
Umirh Gannimh Ferry Boat
Day trips to Inishbiggle for 10euro to get away from everyday hustle and bustle. Relax and enjoy the unspoilt views and meet the locals. On Inishbiggle you can enjoy long walks around the Island and historical sights.