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Once you reach the island, hire a bike and enjoy all of it, theres a small beach at north from where you hire bikes, that has lovely views, caribbean water and if weather is good, you can enjoy a swim, cause its 1...
The crew was ever mindful of our safety and even made a 10 minute lazy circle when we came upon a Minke whale (or perhaps a basking shark) off our port bow.
Great views of Shannon estuary would recommend getting out for walk around on departure as the crossing is quite fast..Good way to travel from Dingle to Cliffs of Moher.
What should have been a pleasant (but quickly forgotten) part of our visit to Ireland has become part of our memories thanks to Nyal and the wonderfull staff at Shannon Ferries!
By far the highlight of our trip to Ireland! Beautiful views and amazing crew - both knowledgable and fun! Chris went above and beyond to make sure we got the most out of our trip.
Amazing scenery beautiful beach lovely carriage ride on Toms carriage when we got onto the island great food at a coffee shop that i forgot to get name of but I cannot reccommend Shane enough at Doolin2Aran ferries.
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We stayed in Waterford and took a day trip to the Hook peninsula (Lighthouse, Loftus House, Dunbrody Abbey, Duncannon Beach).
This ferry also takes cyclists or foot passengers and operates summer & winter hours but you can visit their website to see the hours they travel.
This ferry is a great way to explore both the Inishowen peninsula and the Causeway Coastal Route.
The small ferry (takes about 9 cars) and is seasonal but, when running, sails all day long back and forth across Lough Foyle so if you miss one, it is less than a half hour wait for the next !