A quick boat tour to explore Bantry Bay
Are you caught for time but still want to explore beautiful Bantry Bay? Then let us take you for a spin on our new RIB Experience tour which is an exciting new adventure on our RIBs.
We will spend 1hr on a trip around Whiddy Island exploring approx 10 nautical miles of coastal scenery around the bay while our friendly and informative guides will give you a brief introduction to the sights and points of interest around the bay.
You will enjoy watching out for wildlife including dolphins, porpoises, grey and common seals, and an array of birdlife such as herons, cormorants, egrets, gulls and terns that frequent visitors to the bay.
Our RIB Experience tour is a fantastic 1Hr adventure and a memorable way to enjoy Bantry Bay. We can't wait to take you for a spin!
(Please note the min. age for this boat tour is 10yrs)
BOOK YOUR ACTIVITY
Kayak to Whiddy Island
Hire a kayak for time in Bantry Bay and end your trip on Whiddy Island where we will collect your kayak and you can get the ferry back to Bantry.
€25 per person
Additional Trip Information
Our RIB Experience trip is on our 7.5m Rambler Excalibur RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) which is designed to take 9 guests on safari.
It is licensed by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and has an additional safety lifeboat on board. You will be issued with a lifejacket, which is Wheelmarked, and given a full safety briefing before we embark on our adventure. These are all requirements of the Marine Survey Office for your safety.
The duration of the RIB Experience is 1hrs and the minimum age for this boat trip is 10yrs.
Bantry Bay is home to common bottlenose dolphin and porpoise who live in pods around the bay. You will also have the opportunity to spot grey and common seals swimming in the bay or basking in the sunshine lounging around on the rocks. Of course wildlife sightings can not be guaranteed and bird sightings are dependent on migrations and season.
For additional information on what to bring, what to wear etc. see our FAQs