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Ireland's Eye Ferries 1-hour Coastal Boat Tour

Recommended by 100% of travelers

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#2 of 8 Outdoor Activities in Howth

Ireland's Eye Ferries
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At The Stack, Ireland's Eye

Authentic and intimate Coastal boat trips around the beautiful and historic Island of Ireland's Eye at the famous fishing village of Howth. Panoramic views of Howth Cliffs only 30 minutes from Dublin City Centre and airport.

From €15

50 min duration

Live tour  guide in English - small group size

Free cancellation up to 24 hours for full refund

Meet at the pontoon, down the end of the  West Pier of Howth

Harbour, just past Aqua Restaurant 

Local, family run sustainable business

METTE IN RISALTO

Ireland’s Eye Ferries are the Howth Coastal Boat Tour that get you up close and personal with small groups to the amazing wildlife, panoramic views and marine habitats of Ireland's East coast.​ Get back to nature on our Howth cliff cruises along the waterline of Howth Cliffs and Irelands Eye, home to wild seabirds such as gannets, guillemots, cormorants, kittiwakes, puffins and seagulls. Our small group Howth boat tours allow nature to take centre stage as we explore the nooks and crannies along the islands waterline, getting up close and personal with the mesmerising nature and wild creatures. This is a Nature Reserve protected by EU habitats and the core zone of the UN Dublin Bay Biosphere. See the large colony of seals around the island and in the water around the harbour. A spectacular natural feature is the huge freestanding rock called “the Stack”. Located at the northeastern corner of the island, it plays host to a large variety of seabirds.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Savour a remarkable coastal voyage with Ireland's Eye at the centre.

  • Find your place among the ages and people of Ireland in the landscapes of Howth, Dublin, Lambay Island the coast from the Mountains of Mourne to Binn Eadair.

  • Get back to nature at the waterline of the north cliffs and Stack, home to wild seabirds such as gannets, guillemots, cormorants, kittiwakes, puffins and seagulls.

  • Spot the local colony of seals.

  • Staggeringly untouched and hidden nature, mysterious caves, murderous beaches and coves, obsolete fortresses and ancient monasteries.

  • Your skipper will keep you briefed and entertained throughout the journey.

  • We do not land on the island and the route on any given day is dictated by the weather.

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