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  • Deirdre Macklin

    It was a most relaxing holiday-a little hidden paradise and only an hour's drive from home! I could have stayed another week and am already looking...

  • Richard McCaw

    As our first time we would definitely sail again perhaps slightly bigger boat. Wonderful relaxing experience. Staff were very pleasant and helpful.

  • Colm Brennan

    This was our first time on a boating holiday and we were apprehensive enough. From booking it with Wendy, through check in and check out with Padraig it...

  • Pat Hall

    Yes it was our first time cruise 5 of us pick a differnt spot in ireland every year couple of us were.nt sure but from start to finish it was one of the...


Company Insurance

The Insurance cover provided by the Company is set out in the appropriate Conditions of Hire. Clients booking with a Travel Agency may get a copy from that Agency or direct from the Company if they so wish. Copies are prominently displayed at each Marina Hire Base. These Conditions of Hire apply to all hirers no matter whether booked through a Travel Agent or directly with the Company. No agent of the Company is able to vary or alter them in any way.

The insurance we provide, covers you for all damage or loss to your cruiser as set out in our Conditions of Hire. It also covers you for Third Party risks (i.e. damage or injury to third parties or their property). It does not however cover you, your crew or any other person on board for Personal Accident or for loss or damage to your own property.


It is a condition of Hire that once a deposit has been paid and a booking confirmed, the Hirer is responsible for the full amount of the balance of hire money even though he/she may be prevented from taking possession. Hirers are strongly advised to take out Travel and Cancellation Insurance when booking.

Health Insurance

Do not forget Health Insurance in case you need Medical treatment and are not covered by a reciprocal Government agreement.