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Game of Thrones® Boat Tour – Winterfell Tours

Game of Thrones Winterfell Tours, Winterfell Castle, Strangford, County Down, BT30 7LS
Game of Thrones® Boat Tour – Winterfell Tours

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This Game of Thrones® boat tour located just 40 minutes from Belfast is a must for all Game of Thrones® fans – enjoy stunning views from the water of the various ancient Westeros Castles and other shoreline locations used by HBO in the filming of the show, including Dreadfort, Robb’s Camp, Winterfell Castle, The Twins and Brienne of Tarth paddles a canoe back to King's Landing with Jaime Lannister captive.

The boat is fitted with a large replica ‘Stark Flag’ which flaps in the wind as we cross the mouth of Strangford Lough AKA ‘The Narrow Sea’. These waters are where Brienne of Tarth brought Jaime Lannister ashore in a canoe on her way to Kings Landing and fittingly also where St. Patrick first came ashore to Ireland in a boat back in the 5th Century (the Vikings gave the lough the Norse name ‘Strangfyorthe’, meaning place of strong tidal currents or strong fjord). We will also visit the ‘Bay of Seals’ during the Game of Thrones® boat tour.

Don’t forget your camera!

For more info visit http://www.gameofthrones-winterfelltours.com/locationsboattour

You might also like:
Game of Thrones® Archery Experience at Winterfell http://www.gameofthrones-winterfelltours.com/archerysettour & Game of Thrones® Private Tours http://www.gameofthrones-winterfelltours.com/tournorthernireland

This activity is independently operated by Clearsky Adventure Centre. It is not sponsored, endorsed, or affiliated with HBO or anyone associated with Game of Thrones®.

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* The Game of Thrones tour motor boat voyage can be ‘private chartered’ on a date of your choice. The tour lasts approx. 1hr 30mins.

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