Cygnus Cyfish 42ft, Coonemara, W Ireland
Skippered charter on Galway Bay & around the Aaran Islands - P5 boat licensed boat for 12 people.
Ocean Ranger, Cork, W Ireland
Corporate & Event charter, fully equipped and P5 licensed to carry 12 passengers with 2 crew
Purpose built in 2009 by Safehaven Marine, Cobh, Co. Cork, and is one of their finest crafts to date. This boat has gone through rigorous sea trials to test its sea capability and has proved to be one of the safest boats on the market today. The Ocean Ranger is equipped with twin 575 Volvo engines allowing her a fast 32 knot speed and a comfortable cruising speed of 20 knots.
Sunseeker 48, Belfast, E Ireland
Bareboat charter, sleeps 4
Combining space with pace, the Portofino 48 achieves a remarkable interior plan, with a full-beam owner's aft suite with huge windows to either side. Forward, there's a clever VIP suite in which the double bed cunningly swings apart to create twin single berths.The central saloon sits at the heart of the accommodation and enjoys a mix of grain, bold lacquers and deep glass options.
Sealine sc 38ft, Cork, W Ireland
Bareboat charter, Max 6 passengers overnight & 15 for day motoring.
Right from the off it feels taut, eager to please. Hitting a top speed of nearly 40 knots, the SC38's 350hp D6 engines and DPH drives are a perfect partner for this new-found agility.
Hanse 531, Galway, W Ireland
Skippered yacht charter on Galway Bay and The Wild Atlantic Way, sleeps 8, with 15 onboard for day sailing.
Beneteau 37ft, Galway, W Ireland
Skippered or Barboat yacht charter on Galway Bay and The Wild Atlantic Way - Sleeps 7 people
Hanse 54, Dublin, E Ireland
Skippered charter, equipped for corporate entertaining, management training or a days sailing- sleeps 12
Irish DOT licence, includes all safety gear & Clothing. A Customized 54 ft ocean-going sailing yacht, built in Germany by Hanse. Extensively customised to cater for Corporate Clients. All passengers are fully catered for with quality wet weather gear and safety equipment.
Doonbeg, Co Claire
Chosen for his “least disturbance philosophy,” The Doonbeg golf site was designed by two-time British Open Champion Greg Norman.
Spanning 1.5 miles of crescent shaped beach and century-old sand dunes, the course offers views across the Atlantic from the green, the fairway, or tee of 16 of the 18 holes.
Home Of Irish Coffee
In 1943, Brendan O'Regan opened a restaurant and coffee shop in the Foynes terminal building.
This restaurant had been considered to be one of the best restaurants in Ireland at that time. Chef Joe Sheridan, originally from Castlederg, County Tyrone, had been recruited by Brendan.
Foynes Once the centre of the world of aviation
During the late 1930's &early 1940's and particularly during the last World War, this quiet Limerick town became the focal point for air traffic crossing the North Atlantic between the United States and Europe with the landing and taking off of luxury flying boats, usually Sunderlands.