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Strangford Sea Safari

Strangford Pier, Strangford, Downpatrick, Co Down, BT30 7NE
Strangford Sea Safari

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12 seater high speed Rib trips in Strangford Lough area.

Managed by the Clearsky Adventure Centre, we offer tours with a difference along this stunning coastline.

Visit the seals, Islands, Shipwreck, Sea Gen and pumping whirlpools of Strangford Lough - and much more!

Private charter trips also available, drop offs for lunch or a drink can be included!

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Coverage:
County Down. Strangford and Mourne. Belfast city

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