Welcome to Boat Trips – Ireland
Whether it’s a historical tour of Kilkenny, a cruise through county Carlow, or a wildlife adventure in counties Kildare or Laois; there is a boat for you. Take time to switch off, relax, and experience boating life as it was for those of a bygone era. Surrounded by nature, water, and history, our trips will leave you completely refreshed and renewed. Be sure to bring your camera, as unique views and vista continually present themselves while we rediscover much or the unseen landscapes and heritage of Ireland’s Ancient East. We have trips that cater to all, from the very young to the young at heart. These range from 30 min trips to tours of several days duration.
For more information on a tour near you, just give Cliff a ring on +353 87 2061999 or click on one of the counties here Carlow, Kilkenny, Kildare, Laois. If you’d like to check out our Reviews section or our TripAdvisor, you can read what others thought of their tour boat experience. We wish you a fantastic time exploring Ireland’s hidden waterways, if you need anything,just let us know. Enjoy!!
Boat Trips Gallery
Below is a selection of photos/images that hopefully provides some insight to the fun and adventure that awaits you on the water. We are really passionate about the river and making the most of this outdoor playground that is the river Barrow.
A list of places to see, things to do and where to go in Graiguenamanagh Graiguenamanagh is one of my favourite towns in Ireland. In the southeast of county Kilkenny, it sits on both the river Barrow and river Duiske, nestled comfortably under Brandon Hill. It has a...
Irish Waterways Ecology Ambassadors Recently I took part in an eight week training course run in Graiguenamanagh aimed at becoming a Waterways Ecology Ambassador. Run from the newly established Waterways College located on the grounds of the Waterways Activity Hub,...
A list of places to go, things to do and sights to see in Castlecomer Castlecomer is a beautiful little town in north county Kilkenny. It has a population of about fifteen hundred people and a number of great little rivers such as River Dinnin, Deen, Brocagh and...