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Boat Tours

Enjoy a different view of Northern Ireland with a variety of boat trips on our beautiful coast, loughs and rivers.

Why not take a sightseeing cruise along the famous Causeway Coast, to truly appreciate its stunning bays and headlands. Alternatively you can enjoy a relaxing trip around Lough Neagh, the largest lake in Ireland and Britain, or the tranquil waters of the Fermanagh Lakelands, dotted with numerous islands and rich in Celtic and Christian heritage. Belfast, a city with a proud maritime heritage, can also be explored by boat. In fact, this is one of the best ways to learn about the city's most famous creation, RMS Titanic, by seeing up-close the sites associated with its construction.

If you're interested in exploring our waterways at your own pace, see our list of cruising operators.

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Causeway Power and Sail,

Causeway Power & Sail is the North Coast's spectacularly located Yacht Cruising and Power Boating Centre.

The Inishcruiser, Lisnaskea, Enniskillen

1.5 - 2 hour guided cruise takes in Innish Rath, Gad Island, Crom Castle and Reilly Wood. Carries up to 57 passengers. Groups and private parties also catered for. Refreshments available on board.

Abháinn Cruises Scenic Boat Tours, Toome,

We offer leisurely river or sea trips, exhilarating coastal navigation and sea safaris.

Share Discovery Village,

Established in 1981, the largest activity centre in Ireland, welcomes over 10,000 visitors annually.

North Down Tourism: Guided Group Tours, Bangor

We offer tours for all ages & interests. Covering history & heritage, including Christian, Ulster-Scots, World Wars and Vikings, to walled garden, country parks and nature trails for kids and all led by Blue Badge Guides or experts in their field.

Clearsky Game of Thrones Castles of Westeros Boat Tour, Strangford, Downpatrick

Game of Thrones TV show was actually filmed here ‘on location’ in the 16th Century courtyard of our activity centre and in the surrounding estate at Castle Ward Demesne, Northern Ireland.

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