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The Inishcruiser

221 Lisnaskea Road, Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh, BT92 0JZ
The Inishcruiser

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There’s no more relaxing or tranquil way to enjoy beautiful Lough Erne than by enjoying a cruise of exploration on the Inishcruiser from Share Discovery Village in Lisnaskea. Weaving through the intricate network of the lake’s many islands, the Inishcruiser takes in glorious views of Fermanagh’s rich, unspoilt countryside.

See the ruins of the original Plantation Castle at Crom and the 18th century Castle, home to the current Lord Erne, as well as Crom’s Old School House, Church and island gardens.

The 57 seater luxury heated cruiser is complete with fully licensed bar. The open air viewing deck is without doubt the best way to absorb the beauty of Upper Lough Erne. 1.5 - 2 hour guided cruise. Refreshments available on board.

Public cruises are available every Bank Holiday Monday from April to August. Each cruise departs at 14:30 from SHARE marina, and all customers are asked to report to SHARE reception at least 15minutes before cruise departure time.

Groups of 20 or more can book the cruiser for private hire at a date/time to suit. Now a licensed wedding venue the Share Inishcruiser can be used to host your ceremony or for a post wedding cruise. It is also very popular for birthday parties, hen parties and meetings.

Come along for a traditional afternoon tea party as you cruise through the islands of Upper Lough Erne for only £18.00pp (Booking essential)

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

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  • Family Discount

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* Please note Public Cruise are only available on Bank Holiday Mondays (unless otherwise specified) at 14:30 – Monday 02 April, Monday 07 May, Monday 28 May, Monday 16 July, Monday 27 August 2018.

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