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“Cliffs of Moher -view from the sea”

Doolin2Aran Ferries
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$37.38*
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Inis Oirr And Cliffs of Moher Cruise
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$18.69*
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Cliffs of Moher Cruise from Doolin
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$24.92*
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Round-trip boat transfer to Inis Oirr in the Aran Islands from Doolin
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Doolin2Aran Ferries is owned by the Garrihy's family and is the largest ferry company operating between Doolin and the Aran Islands. It is the original Cliffs Of Moher cruise company. It operates a fleet of 4 ships with a capacity for 332 passengers and sails from March to November. We hope to welcome you on board soon!
Reviewed October 30, 2012

beautiful views from the sea to the cliffs of moher, very funny boat-trip. A man of the crew made photos for a tourist. As the camera didn´t worked he ordered the captain to make a second turn to have the right motive in the background - crazy!
Unfortunately the trip doesn´t went up to the other end of the cliffs.

Thank Klappskalli W
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Reviewed October 29, 2012

as they may not run the last one, so no time to walk the Inishsheer island. Day trip is great and we had cliffs of Moher cruise thrown in for free on return. Standing on the bow is also a great way to get wet!

Thank SkiingHeathers
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Reviewed October 28, 2012

i just got back from a lovely three week holiday in ireland- the people of ireland are lovely, the scenery is spectacular, and i absolutely loved it. fortunately for us, the rest of the trip wasn't like the ferry ride that we took a day after we got there. the tickets were easily gotten, as we booked it online before we ever left the states. on the way to the aran islands, we sat in the cabin underneath and it was okay- made you feel a little queasy, but that's to be expected. the island was beautiful. they sent a totally different boat to bring us back, and we thought "what the heck, sit topside and avoid the queasiness from being shut in". i can't believe those people even attempted to get us back to doolin. the waters were terrible- i don't believe anybody on that boat has ever been that frightened before. the boat was going back and forth at a fourty five degree angle the entire time. common sense should have told them to go back. we were sitting topside and hanging on for dear life. speaking of life, there were no life preservers or life jackets of any kind on board. my two friends were sitting on the bench and i had my arm behind them both, clutching the railing like my life depended on it, which it actually did. whenever my arm slipped, we all went flying across the bench. it was absoluteley terrifying. we finally reached doolin after LOTS of prayers, and were supposed to go along the cliffs of moher for another hour. that might have not been so bad, but they piled a bunch more people in, and most of us already on the boat decided to get off. we talked to some locals in town later that day and were told that the ferry operators think it's funny to do that to tourists. if everyone with a business in ireland treated tourists like that, they wouldn't have an economy. there's nothing funny about endangering the lives of the people on that boat. and they should have refunded the people that didn't go on to the cliffs. but again, the safety issue is what really bothered me. we could have been tossed overboard so many times, and those two idiots in the enclosed cabin never even checked to see if we were still on the seats. NO life vests, and oblivious to the passengers safety. i would NEVER suggest that ferry company to anybody i cared about- it's dangerous and the operators are obviously ignorant, sitting inside thier little cabin and smirking. i just thanked God that we made it back alive.

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Reviewed October 27, 2012

Rain, a rolling small boat, a little dust here and there, red noses, wet clothes, the smell of the sea, imposing cliffs at the horizon: I enjoyed every second of the crossing to the Aran Islands.

1  Thank Vergogna
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Reviewed October 23, 2012

My husband & I awoke that Sunday AM - overcast - but still looking forward to our ride from the Doolin Pier to Inishmore. First hour was " rather exciting", we felt it ADDED to the experience, and enjoyed every minute. Staff was courteous, and a great help to 1 guest - got seacksick. Rest of us were fine. Very prompt, both leaving Doolin & vleaving Inishmore as well. Rec'd a discount - when booking on their ONLINE SITE. Very pleased. Hope to take this ferry again next year.

Thank MarylandTaf
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