In the Newspapers

Newspaper picture of Boat Trips Ireland owner Cliff Reid

Float to the Fleadh

Oscar and his master Cliff made the newspapers this week. Here they are pictured at the “Float to the Fleadh” which was run as part of the Leinster Fleadh weekend in Bagenalstown, County Carlow recently. Many thanks to Michael O’Rourke on taking the pictures. As part of the weekend, boats and barges from all over Leinster, including counties Laois, Kildare, Kilkenny, Wexford and Waterford made their way to the town for a weekend of music and fun. Having recently established the business,, Cliff and Oscar were honoured to be invited to lead the procession in to town on the Friday morning of the weekend. Its fair to say, a fantastic weekend was had by all that attended and already plans are afoot to reunited in Bagenalstown next year for a boating regatta. Many thanks again to all involved for a great weekend.

Boat Trips Ireland in the Nationalist

Oscar and Cliff from Boat Trips Ireland pictured in the newspapers below.

Newpaper picture of a dog on a baot
Newspaper picture of Boat Trips Ireland owner Cliff Reid

15th January 2021


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This is the blog of Oscar the boat dog and his human, Cliff Reid. Oscar and Cliff own and operate and this is a diary of setting the company up and the adventures they are having messing about on boats, river and anything else.
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