Along the route you will pass beneath iconic bridges such as the Ha’penny Bridge and glide past majestic buildings like Gandon’s Custom House. Discover the history of Dublin’s canals and see the city from a unique perspective.
The boat is moored at a landing stage on Bachelor's Walk, between O' Connell Bridge and the Ha'Penny Bridge. It is clearly visible from either one. The nearest Luas Stop (Light Rail Tram System) is a 5-minute walk away in Abbey Street.
During your voyage you will get an entertaining introduction to Dublin’s highlights by a professional guide. Along the way you will see Custom House, a beautiful neoclassical construction, which is nowadays used as a government building. See where Oliver Cromwell landed in 1649 and hear how the legendary Captain William Bligh surveyed Dublin Bay in 1800. You will also hear about the more recent developments along the Liffey River, such as the Dublin Docklands, Trinity college and so on.
After your enlightening cruise you will be returned back to the starting point.
45-minute sightseeing cruise
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. The all-weather purpose-built boat is pushchair and wheelchair accessible and the tour is highly enjoyable for young and old. There are several tours each day, with sailing times varying slightly from day to day, depending on the tides.
Really lovely cruise along the river in Dublin. Very relaxing and interesting. The tour guide made the cruise very enjoyable. Would definitely recommend as a different way to...
United Kingdom, 22/Oct/2016
Such a different perspective and full of facts would highly recommend this tour....
Well worth the money, suitable for all ages....
United Kingdom, 14/Aug/2017
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