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Carlingford Lough Cruises

12 Ardfield Avenue, Warrenpoint, Newry, County Down, BT34 3UE
Carlingford Lough Cruises

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A brand new state of the art vessel licensed by the Department of Marine, ROI operating between Warrenpoint, County Down (NI) and Omeath, County Louth (ROI).

The service is seasonal and operates from June to August.
Vessel can transport bicycles but not cars.

Other cruises on offer are Castle Cruise (60 mins) daily, Bay and Harbour Cruise (30 mins) daily or Castle Cruise (60 mins) weekly.

Kids' fishing trips are also available (mornings only).


Payment Methods

  • Euros accepted

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  • Family Discount

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Tel+44 (0) 28 4175 3425

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Opening Times

* Daily passenger service to Omeath and Warrenpoint during the months of June July and August.
Daily sailings 11:00-18:00, operating every 30 minutes.

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