Great Blasket Island landings.
Dingle Bay Speed Boat Tours & Blasket Island Landing.
The most thrilling way to see Dingle Bay; experience the outstanding natural beauty of the Dingle coastline, paired with an exciting speed boat blast. Our Speedboat Eco-Tour takes you from Dingle Harbour out and around the beautiful peninsula coastline to the Great Blasket Island. Feel fresh Atlantic air as you experience breathtaking views, staggering cliffs and wildlife that is native to the Dingle shores.
Approximately 6hour round trip @ €60 per person. Departing Dingle Marina daily at 11am (directly below Dingle Tourist Office, next to the Fungie the Dolphin statue).
Stopping on both legs of the tour with Fungie (our residential dolphin), we cruise out the Bay increasing speeds along Dingles beautiful coastline. Taking a wide arch out the bay, we cover deep sea ground where whales, dolphins, porpoises and an abundance of sea birds are likely to fish. Reaching the Great Blasket Island, we tour the Northern shore which is a hot-spot for Grey seal activity. We land passengers for 3.5 to 4 hours on the Great Blasket Island where they can tour the abandoned village provided by the OPW and explore the many wonders the Island has to offer. A complementary Tea/Coffee is provided for all our customers.
No rush or time restraints for a personal easy going trip with a maximum capacity of 12 passengers. The ‘Peig Sayers’ Stormforce 11 is the flagship of the Redbay range, offering the best that RIBs can offer. We have 12 seated indoor cabin for those who want to keep dry and warm. The Peig Sayers incorporates quality, speed, safety and comfort. You are not seeing the best of Ireland unless you catch it from the water.
Please note that before booking, passengers/guests must have a valid working email or contact number in the event we need to contact them. As conditions can be very unsettled, please contact a day before departure to confirm sailings.
Please be aware that we use 6.5 hours as a guideline for our tour. Times may vary depending on a variety of factors and be aware we may and often do get delayed.
Fungie the Dingle dolphin along side Peig Sayers.
Fungie and the ‘Peig Sayers’