• VISIT HOWTH WITH DUBLIN BAY CRUISES

VISIT HOWTH WITH DUBLIN BAY CRUISES

Dublin Bay Cruises is a family owned business which connects Dublin City Centre and Dun Laoghaire with Howth, 7 days a week between April and October.

Their 96 passenger ferry, the St. Bridget, offers a unique way to travel to Howth whilst taking in the panoramic views of Dublin Bay on the way. View Dublin’s Docklands, Bull Island, the Baily and Kish Lighthouses, Howth head, Ireland’s Eye and Lambay Island on your journey to Howth whilst sipping on a glass of wine or a beer from the on board bar. Dublin Bay Cruises also offer a 1 hour round trip to Ireland’s Eye from Howth- an ideal way to take in the breathtaking views from this amazing vantage point and see it’s beautiful bird and seal colony.

Dublin Bay Cruises depart Dublin City (Sir John Rogerson’s Quay) for Howth every day between April and October at 11am and Dun Laoghaire (East Pier) at 12.30pm. The Howth to Ireland’s Eye cruise departs at 2.15pm daily (outside Aqua Restaurant) and the Howth to Dun Laoghaire Cruise departs from Howth at 3.30pm daily. All Dublin Bay Cruises passengers receive a DART voucher upon booking which entitles each passenger to travel between any station on the Dun Laoghaire – Howth – Dun Laoghaire DART route on the same day of sailing for a discounted price of €2.00. Dublin Bay Cruises passengers also receive a 10% discount in many of Howth’s beautiful seafood restaurants including Aqua, The Brass Monkey and The Oar House.

For more information or to book a Dublin Bay Cruise to Howth, visit www.dublinbaycruises.com or phone 01 9011757

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