For individual and small groups you can book your tour quickly and conveniently through our secure online booking system. Just click on the link above. Advance booking is essential.
+ 353 (0)86 820 8565
To make a group booking or if you have an queries please give us a call on the number above. During summer months it's quite possible we'll be on the water most of the day so please leave a message and we'll get back to you ASAP.
If you have any queries or would like to make an enquiry you can do so by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd like to make a group booking let us know which date & time of departure suit you, as well as from which location & approximately how many in your group. Please allow up to 24 hours for an email reply.
Did You Know?
1. Cork Harbour is one of the largest natural harbours in the world after Sydney, Australia.
2. More that 3 million Irish emigrants departed Ireland from the port of Cobh, Co. Cork (formerly Queenstown) between 1845 – 1950.
3. Titanic was built in Ireland and Cork was its last port of call on its ill fated voyage.
4. Cork harbour is home to the oldest yacht club in the world. The Royal Cork Yacht Club est. 1720.
5. The first ship to cross the Atlantic Ocean using only steam power departed Cork in 1838.
6. The Lusitania, a British transatlantic liner was torpedoed off Kinsale, Co. Cork in 1915. A tragic event that influenced the United States involvement in World War I.
7. The headquarters of the Irish Navy is on Haulbowline Island located in Cork Harbour.
8. In 1580 Sir Francis Drake along with a fleet of five ships took refuge in one of the many tributaries of Cork harbour to avoid a Spanish armada.
9. Cork Harbour is home to 3 former British coastal artillery forts. Forts Meagher, Davis & Fort Mitchel.