Set sail and let us immerse you in the beauty of the Irish Capital’s sensational bay.
After a short safety briefing we'll be setting sails to explore Dublin bay. We will give you a few basic sailing instructions and teach you how to trim sails while enjoying the Liffey estuary.
You will have the option to climb up the rigging and out on to the “Bowsprit” (the netting at the very front of the ship).
You will also pass through Dublin port, past the famous Bull Walls and along the coastlines of Howth and Dalkey. Learn how the Irish High King “Brian Ború” took on the Vikings in the Battle of Clontarf bay in 1014 as we sail by that very location.
From history to nature we're very excited to share our local knowledge with you!
No experience is necessary, just enthusiasm.
Feel the wind fill the sails and lift the ship and her crew into an experience of a lifetime.
For all bookings of day tours, a minimum of 24 hours' notice prior to your scheduled departure is required in order to receive a full refund. If a cancellation is made with less than 24 hours notice, no refund is given.
For all bookings of multi-day and custom private tours, a minimum of 72 hours' notice prior to your scheduled departure is required in order to receive a full refund. If a cancellation is made with less than 72 hours' notice, no refund is given*
*Note that in the event the client requests a refund for any reason, Tour Desk reserves the right to charge a 3% administration fee to cover costs incurred.
Cancellation and refund requests need to be sent in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
-Tea and Coffee and biscuits
From Dun Laoghaire: Meet us at the entrance to Dun Laoghaire Marina for Dublin Bay Sails.
For occasions when we sail out of Cork, Dun Garvan, or other locations we will email you alternative meeting and drop off points
-Good footwear. Soft-soled shoes are ideal
-Dress for the weather to include an rain jacket / windbreaker