List of Wexford Boat Tours

A lady watching the sunrise over the sea in Wexford

List of Wexford’s Boat Tours, Boat Rides, Adventures, Sea Safaris and Trips

For a beautiful county like Wexford with such a long coastline also, it was surprising to find only one tour boat operator running trips. I hope having it listed here is of some use to you. If you happen to discover another operator, please let me know. Wexford is a fantastic county to explore with magnificent beaches and coastal walks. I hope you enjoy your visit there. 

Galley River Cruises

N Quay, New Ross,
Co. Wexford,
Ireland
T: +353 51 421 723

Wexford Boat Trips – Reviews

While I’ve not had the pleasure of boarding the Galley mentioned above, I have heard people speak fondly of it. However, like all boat trips listed in this blog, we recommend visitors to check out the reviews on Trip Advisor or Google Reviews/Maps. 

List of Boat Tours by county in Ireland

As we provide boat trips in counties Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny and Laois; its therefore understandable that we are going to recommend them first (Hope ye don’t mind). However, below are links to all the boat trips in Ireland by all providers. These are arranged by county. Enjoy!

Antrim   Carlow   Clare   Cork   Derry   Donegal   Down   Dublin   Fermanagh   Galway   Kerry   Kildare   Kilkenny   Laois   Leitrim   Mayo   Meath   Offaly   Roscommon   Sligo   Waterford   Westmeath   Wicklow

 

 

 

13th March 2021

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Clifford Reid

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