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A guided boat trip with Cliff Reid of

Tour Guide / Boat Skipper


Full-Time for summer of 2022 (June, July & August)



€600 per week (5 days)


Job Description:

We are looking to hire a Tour guide/Boat Skipper to lead boat trips on the river Nore in Kilkenny city this summer 2022. This involves guiding visitors through the built history of the city, the natural waterways heritage and the urban wildlife that inhabit the river Nore. Those interested in the position, must have either an Inland Skippers licence or Powerboat licence. Previous work as a tour guide is a distinctive advantage. A keen interest in history, nature & river wildlife is a plus. To see exactly what is involved, please watch the video below. To apply, please send your CV to outlining your experience and interest in the position. Many thanks. Cliff

Nationwide – Kilkenny Boat Trip

29th December 2021


Clifford Reid

Written by Clifford Reid


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