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Catch and Sea Portstewart

Portstewart Harbour, Portstewart, County Londonderry, BT55 7EA

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  • Visit BritainWe're Good to Go We're Good to Go 2021
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This breakfast fishing tour offers visitors a totally different perspective of our stunning coastline voted #1 region in 2018 by Lonely Planet. This experience brings to life stories about our local landmarks, legends, wildlife, traditions, food heritage and people.

We will see first hand the sea passage our very first settlers to the island of Ireland took tens of thousands of years ago & learn about our unique food heritage from the River Bann.

Seeing coastal features & sea life up close; watching the sunrise - resplendent over the Atlantic ocean; a fishing rod in your hands - perhaps for the first time; catching that fish and learning how to fillet it; lifting lobster pots; feeding the friendly, hungry, seabirds with fishy leftovers; taking pride in presenting your catch to the Chef. Finally seeing it cooked for breakfast and sampling in conjunction with award-winning local produce you may have never tasted, or been aware of, before that day.

The breakfast experience illustrates the true meaning of ‘our place on a plate’, showcasing what else Northern Ireland produce can offer.

Price per adult £75.00
Child price age 6 - 16 years on request
Advance Booking Required

Timings (start time subject to change as dependant on sunrise time)
0630 hrs Meet Portstewart Harbour
0645 hrs Go fishing
0820 hrs Return from fishing and fillet catch
0830 – 1000 hrs Breakfast

2021 tours taking place from 24th April - see website for dates

Approximately 3.5 hours in duration
We request that all tour guests bring their own face mask / visor to wear onboard
Waterproof jacket and trousers, non-slip shoes, hats and gloves recommend
Boat Capacity 6

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  • Prior Booking Required

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* 2021 Tours start from 24 April
Depart 06:30 (based on sunrise as a guide)

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