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Glandore Harbour Charters
Union Hall, Co. Cork
Family friendly
Free car parking
Pre-booking essential
Cloudy days
Glandore Harbour Charters in Glandore, County Cork, operates two fully licenced charter boats enabling you to go sightseeing or fishing along the southern fringes of the Wild Atlantic Way.

Glandore Harbour Charters, together with Irish Deep Sea Charters, are a family run business. A father and son operation, they offer wreck, reef, shark and ground fishing in the rich waters off West Cork's coastline. The charters cater for everyone, from serious anglers to sightseers, to short trips mackerel fishing with the kids.

Glandore Harbour Charters also offer pleasure and sightseeing trips in the greater Glandore area, so if fishing is not your thing, you can take in the stunning coastline scenery, dotted with nearby islands and plenty of wildlife. Seals are regular visitors to the area and the boats are usually followed by some, which provides great entertainment for children and adults alike.

The charters operate from the fishing pier in Union Hall which is overlooked by Glandore Village. Both vessels are fully licenced by the Department of Marine and rods and basic tackle are provided free of charge.

Tips from locals

In nearby Glandore, take the time to visit Christ Church, which is perched on a rocky ledge overlooking Glandore Harbour, and is accessed through a stone tunnel.

Contact details
harbour Charters, Ballincolla, Glandore, Co. Cork, Ireland
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