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Howth Cliffs and Ireland's Eye Ferry



Nature takes 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.

The most spectacular natural feature, however, 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.


May 2022 • Friends

We had a wonderful time! Perfect balance of fun facts and interesting history along with the beautiful views & animal watching! Shane is such a joy to be around as he’s so enthusiastic about Howth. Will definitely come again!

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Savour a beautiful and astonishing voyage of discovery under the broad skies, passing under the cliffs on the water to The Stack, in close company with wild and mesmerising seabirds such as Gannets, Guillemots, Cormorants, Kittiwakes and Puffins in their seasons. So close you can smell their pungent guano, an aromatherapy aphrodisiac.

Your Skipper will keep you well informed.


Smell The Sea & Feel The Sky

There is nothing quite like the experience of the sea from a purpose built boat with a friendly, salty and expert skipper.

Great opportunities for once in a lifetime photographs and the real feeling of leaving the shore behind

Eyes peeled for the seals, porpoise, dolphin and occasional whale that are all making the Irish Sea their home again.

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