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About Dublin Bay Cruises
Chill out and relax while you enjoy a beer, a glass of wine or a coffee on board the St Bridget. Experience Dublin from an entirely new vantage point with Dublin Bay Cruises. With five sailings daily connecting Dublin City with the beautiful seaside towns of Dun Laoghaire and Howth this is the perfect way to experience all of Dublin's best attractions and its beautiful seaside towns and villages. During the 75 minute voyage you can view some of Ireland's most significant and historical landmarks, including Dun Laoghaire Harbour, James Joyce Martello Tower, Dalkey Island, Killiney Bay, Baily lighthouse, Howth head, Ireland's Eye, Howth Harbour, Captain Bligh's Bull Wall, Bull Island, Dublin Port, East Link Bridge, Dublin Docklands and Ireland's New Convention Centre.
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Jason S wrote a review 8 Aug
Balbriggan, Ireland1 contribution
Awful experience with this company found the staff very rude and snotty, the cruise ship itself is dated and dirty, no atmosphere on the cruise, and not good value, much better options to try for a good day out!
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Date of experience: July 2022
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Mark P wrote a review 7 Aug
Dublin, Ireland117 contributions68 helpful votes
Really enjoyable trip and a great way to see Ireland from a different perspective. Really good commentary on deck too, the guide points out loads of stuff you’d miss otherwise. Thoroughly recommended. We particularly liked the trip from Howth to Dun Laoghaire as you get to spend time in both of these lovely towns in one day.
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Date of experience: August 2022
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StephenCross wrote a review 6 Aug
Dublin, Ireland17260 contributions2248 helpful votes
Dublin Bay Cruises does a really great cruise out towards Bray that takes in the coastline along Dalkey and Dalkey Island.
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Date of experience: August 2022
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Rolande A wrote a review 5 Aug
Dublin, Ireland260 contributions137 helpful votes
Not since we were children have we been as near to Irelands Eye. Used to swim there 50+ years ago but as you can figure out we did the Howth to Ireland’s Eye round trip. An hour of pure enjoyment on a beautiful day. Guide was great too and we learned a lot about the island and it’s environs. Great value too. Would highly recommend this journey but they also do trips from Howth to Dún Laoire and vice versa. On the day of that trip one can get a pass for the Dart train service for €2 each nearly all day. Great value! So tourists and locals alike could avail of a trip to Howth or Dun Laoire (two superb resorts) and have lunch and then get the Dart back. So many lovely restaurants in both places - should that be places in Howth?!
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Date of experience: August 2022
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JnVSydney wrote a review Jul 2022
Greater Sydney, Australia14524 contributions2086 helpful votes
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If you have time when visiting Dublin, or Dun Laoghaire, the trip/cruise to Howth is not to be missed, it was so worth it, seeing the coastline, and hearing all about the history as we went along from the well presented commentary, was a highlight.
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Date of experience: July 2022
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