Skerries Sea Tours, Dublin

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#27 of 87 in Outdoors in Dublin
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  • Interesting place, Lambay Island! Been occupied for thousands of years. Barings, the bank people, currently own it. Our tour did not include a visit to the houses, which was a bit disappointing, but i...  more »
  • I've grown up in the north of County Dublin and like many people gazed across the sea at the mysterious Lambay Island. I've longed to visit the island, but never knew how to go about it. Last weekend ...  more »
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  • It is good place for children and parents, for wicked
  • We boarded at Malahide Marina at 0945. Eoin & his dad introduced themselves, showed us how to put on life jackets etc., and we boarded the covered rib. It took about 15-20mins to get out to the island with lots of stories and history on the way to build suspense for the island visit. It was amazing to approach the harbour on Lambay, it was unexpectedly large and robust. Once landed on the pier we got a brief summary of the proposed itinerary for the day. Gerry was our tour guide and took us right up to the top of the island. On route we saw lots of wallaby, deer and pheasant. The pace was leisurely with lots of time for looking at birds and gaining a bit of history of the island. At the top we were able to see all of North County Dublin and right up to the Mournes. From there we went over to the back of the island where we saw the terns, guillemot, fulmar and the puffins. We also saw the spot where the Tayleur ship went down approx 150 years ago. We got a tour of the church and could see into some of the castle grounds as we came down the mountain for our tea. Picking up all the Lutyens architecture on the way. The island was spectacular and well worth the visit. It really showed Dublin in a different light. I'd thoroughly recommend the trip. Tips: Bring good walking shoes/boots The walking isn't too taxing. Bring packed lunch, you'll get a cup of tea there. We were out 0945 to 1445
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