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Visitor Guide to Mayo, Sligo, Donegal, Roscommon, Leitrim, Cavan & Monaghan
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Cruises

What better way to explore the spectacular North West of Ireland than by a sightseeing cruise by the coast of on the River Shannon. Sail around the islands and headlands of Donegal, Sligo or Mayo and enjoy a spot of scenery or just sit back and admire the views. Coastal cruises last from 1.5 to 2 hours and a guide on board will keep you well informed on attractions and points of interest as you sail past. For River cruising enthusiasts the majestic waters of the Shannon and the Erne await for you to explore Irelands rich countryside and to sample the laid back way of life which is synonymous with rural Ireland. Think of it as your holiday home on the water, but it moves every day!
http://www.moonriver.ie/
Moon River Cruises offer relaxing trips on the river Shannon on the Moon River pleasure cruiser. All trips depart from their base which is quay side in Carrick-On-Shannon. With its luxury saloon, full bar service, entertainment and dedicated crew, Moon River is the ideal choice for Shannon River sightseeing and entertainment.
http://www.moonriver.ie/
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http://roseofinnisfree.com/
The Rose of Innisfree pleasure cruiser operates on picturesque Lough Gill which straddles counties Sligo and Leitrim. The area is best known as the inspiration for much of Yeats' poem The Lake of Innisfree. An interesting and insightful commentary is provided by the captain on this one hour trip. Full bar services, tea/coffee and food are available.
http://roseofinnisfree.com/
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