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Sunrise - 'Catch your Breakfast' Food tour

Portrush Harbour, The North Pier, Portrush, County Antrim, BT56 8DF
Sunrise - 'Catch your Breakfast' Food tour

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Sunrise- 'Catch your Breakfast' Food tour is a true Irish Foodie experience. Leaving Portrush Harbour just before daybreak onboard The Causeway Lass, we head out to sea, our aim- to catch our breakfast from the Atlantic waters of the Causeway Coast. What an amazing experience to see the sun slowly rising over Dunluce Castle!

All fishing equipment and bait is provided along with tuition as to its use. During the trip tea and coffee will be available.

Our breakfast will be dependent on the variety of fish caught, but Charlies famous ‘’Mackerel Surprise’’ is almost certain to be on the menu -The fun of fishing is, ‘you never can tell’
Your crew will share their local knowledge throughout this trip and at this time of the morning we have previously encountered dolphins, basking sharks and even a whale - so it is advisable to bring along a camera!

Having caught, filleted and learned about the days catch; we will head back ashore to our Chef's kitchen, where our bounty will be prepared and paired with local, seasonal produce to create a breakfast.
Your breakfast dish will feature your ''catch of the day'', along with a range of local produce that will make this the freshest breakfast in Ireland.

2020 Tour Dates: Sept - 12th & 26th. Oct -10th, 24th & 31st. Nov - 7th & 28th

Duration of Tour/Timings:
Duration of Tour is approx 3.5 hours.
07.00hrs Meet on North Pier, Portrush Harbour
07.30 hrs Go fishing on the Causeway Boats
09.00 hrs Return to Port and fillet catch
09.15 – 10.30 hrs Breakfast ashore at Chefs Kitchen

What to bring: Outdoor clothing and Camera.

Location: Boat leaves Portrush Harbour

Contact: for booking/ enquires please contact or call Skipper direct on +44 (0) 7712115751

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12/09/2020 (12 Sept 2020 - 28 Nov 2020)

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