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Island Ferries
Howth, Co. Dublin
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Island Ferries is a ferry company offering tours of Ireland's Eye and the Howth Cliffs. They offer the chance to experience Howth from the perspective of the sea.

The Ireland's Eye Tour and Howth Cliffs Cruise are the two tours offered by Island Ferries.

Ireland’s Eye Tour

Experienced captains Mark and Greg will take you on the boat ride from Howth Harbour to Ireland's Eye. The trip around the Island takes in spectacular views of the Island, with the option to land on the island. Landing is weather dependent.

Howth Cliffs Cruise

This 1 hour cruise is captained by Mark, cruising along the cliffs taking in breathtaking views of Dublin Bay, the Bailey Lighthouse and Ireland's Eye.

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