Howth Cliff Cruises
Experience Howth's awe inspiring Cliffs from the sea!
Come with us and experience the cliffs of Howth like never before
Join us on board
The awe inspiring Cliffs of Howth in Irelands Ancient East are walked by tens of thousands of visitors every Summer. Why not try something a little more ‘Viking’ and experience their views, their flora and their fauna from the Sea!
Join us on the ‘Puffin’, Howth’s newest and fastest ferry, as we cruise along the Cliffs taking in breathtaking views of Dublin Bay, the Bailey lighthouse and Irelands Eye.
This one-hour cruise is Captained by Mark, whose family have been fishing and touring these waters for generations. Live commentary on bird life, rock formations and sea mammals is provided.
Great family rates available
We depart from the Pontoon on the West Pier in Howth, opposite Aqua Restaurant. The eircode is D13H2V4.
Yes absolutely, we welcome dogs on board once they are kept on a lead. Dogs can also land on Ireland’s Eye but must be kept on a lead at all times as it is a Bird Sanctuary.
Our vessel MV Adam Patricia is wheelchair accessible. Please send us a message on social media or an email firstname.lastname@example.org to notify us if there is a wheelchair user in the booking.
The Ireland’s Eye Tour is a 35 minute trip around the island with in-depth commentary about the history of the island, the flora and fauna and more. Landing on the island is at the discretion of the captain depending on weather conditions. If landing is not possible, the tour around the island may still go ahead subject to conditions. Keep an eye on our social media for updates on landing.
We do accept walk ons subject to availability, however, we recommend booking online in advance.
Just yourself and your booking confirmation! We do advise wearing suitable footwear and a jacket/rain jacket.
If conditions are not favourable for sailing, you will be notified by our Captain in advance and the tour will be rescheduled.
Buggies can be left securely on the pontoon, and collected again at the end of the tour.