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028 417 53425 / 07815466498

Castle Cruises , Warrenpoint Co. Down, BT34 3UE

Castle Cruises - Carlingford Lough




Co. Down / Co. Armagh / Co. Louth / Co. Meath / Co. Monaghan


Services Offered

Cruises on Carlingford Lough are available on a state of the art Vessel operating out of Warrenpoint Co. Down and Omeath Co. Louth.

The ferry will be out of the water for Winer and so will operate during May, June, July & August only.

Picturesque cruises viewing the Mourne Mountains, Carlingford Mountains, Cooley Mountains and the Castles on the Lough. Information hand out with details of the Lough and its Medieval history. A very relaxing cruise on Carlingford Lough. Bring the camera and enjoy.

Also a daily passenger Ferry from Warrenpoint to Omeath operates daily from 12noon to 6pm June to September. Bikes, Pets & Carriage Accepted.

The state of the art vessel "MV Seascapes" is licensed by the Department of Marine.

Vessel can accommodate bus tours up to Warrenpoint, Omeath or Carlingford or private groups.

Passengers can be collected from either Carlingford, Omeath Co. Louth or Warrenpoint Co. Down

Additional cruises include the following:

Narrow-Water Castle Cruise (60mins)

Carlingford Lough Cruise (60mins)

Ross Monument Cruise (60mins)

Bay and Harbour Cruise

Cycles accepted. Cycle the new Omeath GREEN WAY.

Bespoke Cruises available.(private functions,etc)

Education & Eco Tours available.

Parties and wedding Cruises / Photos

Hen Parties (daily)

Private hire is available.

Vessel has sheltered passenger accommodation.

Binoculars provided.

Information pack on history of castles available.

W/C facilities

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