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Rathmullan Charters are located in Rathmullan, County Donegal and provide deep sea angling, sightseeing and cruising tours. Matching an experienced crew with a superb fleet, magnificent fishing waters and spectacular scenery create an unforgettable experience.

Rathmullan Charters in Rathmullan, County Donegal operate two boats, 'Enterprise 1', a charter angling boat and 'Swilly Explorer', an Inteceptor 42. 'Enterprise 1' is an Aquastar 38ft, fully licensed by Department of the Marine to carry 12 passengers. Both vessels are equipped with the latest electronics, safety equipment, toilet facilities and tea and coffee.

Fishing trips will take anglers fishing in Lough Swilly for tope, ray, pollock, ling, cod, haddock, whiting and wreck fishing offshore. Rods, reels and tackle are supplied. Accommodation can also be arranged. Rathmullan Charters offer sightseeing trips, corporate outings and evening trips for children. Anglers with disabilities can also be catered for.

Rathmullan Charters provide whale and dolphin watching trips around Fanad Lighthouse as part of the Wild Atlantic Way tour. Fanad and Dunaff at the entrance to Lough Swilly are great places to see basking sharks feeding.

Why we like it
  • Rathmullan Charters operate two charter boats 'Enterprise 1' and 'Swilly Explorer' from the pontoon at Rathmullan.
  • Fish the waters of Lough Swilly and Fanad Head, fishing for pollack, cod, ray, gurnard, whiting, ling, thornback ray and many varieties of flat fish.
  • Rathmullan Charters provide sightseeing, whale and dolphin watching tours and corporate outings on Lough Swilly.
Family friendly
Free car parking
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Contact details
Unnamed Road, Aghavannan Near, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 3 to 6 hours here.

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