Go fishing for mackerel, pollock, conger, ling, gurnard, plaice, turbot, bass, ray, and tope in Dingle Bay!
Discover the Peninsula on Our Dingle Bay Cruise!
A leisurely cruise that lasts approximately 1.5 – 2 hours, depending on conditions, this trip goes east towards Minard Head or west towards Parkmore Point. This is a very popular pleasure cruise, which includes panoramic views of the Mountain Ranges that form the backbone of the Dingle Peninsula.
Along the way, you have the opportunity to see many species of sea birds in their natural habitat — guillemots, razorbills, cormorants, kittiwakes, and terns. The waters around Dingle Harbour and Bay are home to the famous bottlenose dolphin, Fungie, as well as other common harbour dolphins and the occasional basking sharks that frequent the bay during spells of warm weather.
The rock formation along the coast east of Dingle Harbour is especially exciting for those interested in geomorphology. Discover the Bull’s Head Formation and the Kilmurry Formation.
What to Bring?
- Suitable clothing, as it is often cooler out at sea
- Your camera!