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River Bann Tours

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Portglenone Marina, Bannview Terrace, Portglenone, County Antrim, BT44 8HT
River Bann Tours

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The River Bann, a passage to Lough Neagh and a gateway to the Glens.

Let us take you on a gentle cruise along the picturesque Lower River Bann to discover the rich cultural heritage and native wildlife of the region. Explore the outstanding local attractions and scenic towns & villages

River Bann Tours is the perfect way to connect you to the historical towns and villages along the river, where you can disembark to explore the outstanding local attractions, meet the local people and enjoy delicious food options.

The River Bann is one of Ireland's largest rivers and its name in Irish, An Bhanna, means 'the goddess'. A Fitting name for the beautifully refurbed, comfortable, 12-seater passenger boat which offers guided boat trips on the scenic stretches of the Lower River Bann and Lough Neagh.

We currently have 2 vessels in our fleet: a 12-seater and a 47-seater passenger boat. Both vessels have been approved to the highest safety standards and our experienced skippers are commercially endorsed by RYA.

We currently offer two trips, which can be tailored for private bookings:

1. A 90-minute trip from Portglenone to Lough Beg and back
2. A 60-minute trip from Toome through the canal and lock gates to Lough Neagh and back

Please visit our website for more details and follow us on social media.

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Children & Infants

  • Suitable for Children

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  • Groups catered for
  • Online Booking
  • Prior Booking Required

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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