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TESTIMONIALS

  • Peter Roderick

    Another wonderful holiday with Carrickcraft. Once again we were provided with a well laid out, very clean and mechanically sound boat. Our thanks to...

  • Mrs C

    I really cannot comment highly enough on Noel and the staff in Banagher.  They really were fantastic.

  • A Seymour

    Loved it. The staff we met were extremely helpful, warm,friendly and professional. Enough to make us want to return as soon as possible. We'd maybe like...

  • Heimo Zöhrer

    As well as the year before we had a wonderful time on board - just peace, quiet, picturesque little villages, breathtaking nature and the both of us. It...

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To find out more about Cruising holidays, why not continue to navigate our site? Next stop will take you to our Locations Section, where you will find detailed location and transport information for each Marina. Moving on, will bring you to our Shannon and Erne Waterway Section, which contains summary information on the cruising experience which awaits you.

The Harbour at GarykennedyFurther insight into the Shannon and Erne Region, is to be found in our Irish Experience Section. Our Fleet Section, contains detailed information on our extensive 2 to 10 berth cruising fleet. Our Bookings Section will clarify times, dates and tariffs for each Marina, and also give you the opportunity of sending an enquiry straight to our Central Booking Office. A stop off at our Insurance Section, will advise you on all necessary aspects of insurance cover.

If you have not taken a river cruise before, our New To Cruising Section, will provide you with some advice and tells you of the training you will receive prior to setting off on your cruise. Our FAQ Section will try and provide the answers to any initial queries you may have. Of course, you can always send any additional queries to us by E-mail or via our on-line Enquiries Form.