A British Isles cruise allows you to explore many parts of the region that you otherwise might not see.
The British Isles is made up of over 6,000 islands – and it’s a known fact that the best way to see them all is by water!
At Dan O’Hara’s Homestead, experience farm life and see Connemara ponies, donkeys, and chickens.
Savor a farmhouse lunch before heading to Standun of Spiddal for an Irish coffee and a talk on Irish crafts.
Spend a free evening in Galway.(B, L)Travel north through County Mayo.
Visit Lissadell House in County Sligo, a magnificent country estate that has strong connections with the 1916 Rising.
Drive to the Cliffs of Moher, soaring 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. Head to Knappogue or Bunratty Castle for a medieval-style banquet with songs and stories.(B, D)Travel through the rounded limestone hills of the Burren to Caherconnell and watch skilled dogs round up sheep.
Stop in a charming Burren village to explore independently.
May and July are typically the driest months, which makes a great cruise for late spring or mid-summer.
Head to Galway for a guided walking tour around the central attractions -- the medieval city walls, Lynch’s Castle, and the narrow streets.
Enjoy free time to explore before dinner.(B, D)Drive through Connemara to Leenane for a catamaran cruise of Killary Harbour, Ireland’s only fjord.
Met Éireann has issued a Status Red weather alert for five counties following heavy overnight snow of up to 16cm.
The warning - the highest alert - has been issued for Dublin, Kildare, Louth, Wicklow and Meath.