Dublin Bay Cruises

Dublin Bay Cruises sail between Dun Laoghaire and Howth up to six times a day from March to Octo­ber. A 90 min trip around Dublin Bay, and also helps you to travel through time and to under­stand how and why the mod­ern city of Dublin devel­oped to become the cap­i­tal city of Ireland.

Dublin Bay Cruises is man­aged and oper­ated by the Gar­rihy fam­ily who have many decades expe­ri­ence on the sea par­tic­u­larly on the west coast of Ire­land where they oper­ate 4 ships at Cliffs Of Moher Cruises and Doolin2Aran Fer­ries. The 90 minute Dublin Bay Cruise which links with Dublin’s com­muter train at both har­bours takes you across the beau­ti­ful Dublin Bay includ­ing Dun Lao­gaire Harbour,James Joyce tower,Dalkey Island,Dublin Docks,Clontarf,Bull Island,Baily lighthouse,Irelands Eye Island and Howth Har­bour where you can take the train back through the city cen­tre to Dun Laoghaire or Visa Versa. On board you can enjoy a com­men­try on each attrac­tion while you enjoy a bev­er­age of your choice or just sit and gaze and enjoy the beau­ti­ful views on the bay on the shadow of the Dublin Mountains.
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As both har­bours are posi­tioned just to the North (Howth) and South (Dun Laoghaire) of the city cen­tre they are ide­ally located whether you cycle ‚walk or take pub­lic trans­port which stops at both har­bours and is only a 20 min­utes jour­ney from the City centre.If you choose to cycle on the new cycle track around the edge of the bay from Sut­ton to Sandy­cove you can take your bike on board to cross the bay.