Kick start your day with a fresh morning commute to Dublin City as you sail on Dublin Bay and admire the city from a truly unique perspective. During your voyage, you will see aspects of the city that are not possible on any other mode of transport.
Sail past Dalkey Island, as you travel north, and discover the magnificent Convention Center, Eastlink Bridge (Opening), Dublin Port and Docklands, and Poolbeg Lighthouse.
Cruise duration is 60-70 mins.
Dublin Bay Cruises is a family owned business operating cruises between Dun Laoghaire, Dublin Port and Howth harbors. Our service provides our passengers with a unique opportunity to see Dublin from a different perspective as they take in the panoramic views and discover the wonderful wildlife reserves that string the bay from north to south of Dublin’s coastline.
We aim to provide a first class service where our on board commentary will explain the beautiful and interesting sights, the marine life below and the importance of our protected wildlife and world renowned nature reserves such as Bull Island.
Our dynamic and helpful on board staff are on call to assist you with any queries you may have during your trip.View Profile
Professional and personal service every step of the way. No ask is too big, no query too small, we're here to take the stress out of booking your dream vacation. We're an Irish American company with the sort of insider knowledge not available anywhere else. Anything is possible when you book with Irish Studio Travel, because it’s your Ireland, your way.
Return to Dun Laoghaire via DART using your DART voucher, which you will receive via email upon booking. This voucher entitles the bearer to a reduced DART ticket price of €2
***YOU MUST ARRIVE AT LEAST 15 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR DEPARTURE TIME***
PICK UP - Dun Laoghaire - The East Pier in Dun Laoghaire. This is the long pedestrian pier in Dun Laoghaire Harbour and passengers will embark and disembark ferry before the band stand at Dublin Bay Cruises Blue Office on the East Pier.
DROP-OFF - Dublin City Centre - Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, opposite Dublin’s Convention Centre and beside The Samuel Beckett Bridge, directly in front of The Ferryman Pub.