Where does the River Shannon flow through ?
Ireland is synonymous with many things; rolling green fields, charming villages and towns and particularly, the River Shannon. Winding its way through the Irish countryside, the 200-mile long [...]
Which are the best canal fishing spots ?
As every keen angler knows, finding the next best fishing spot is of great importance. Making your way through the best rivers, lakes, and canals can bring a whole new lease of life and enjoyment [...]
Where does the River Shannon start and end ?
Starting its life at the Shannon Pot in the very north of the country, and travelling 360km south to the Atlantic Ocean, the River Shannon is officially Ireland’s longest river. The sheer length [...]
From capital to countryside, navigating Ireland’s Grand Canal
A gateway to the Emerald Isle, the Grand Canal is the perfect way to explore everything Ireland has to offer. Here’s everything you need to know about this fantastic waterway including how to get [...]
Discover the Emerald isle on an Enniskillen boat trip
When it comes to iconic riverways, most of us are fully aware of the River Shannon in Ireland, yet when it comes to its equally renowned cousin, the River Erne, not so much. Joining together [...]
Take to the waters on a Clonmacnoise boat trip
Christianity and Ireland have long been interchangeable throughout much of the country’s history. Considered to be one of the first northwestern European nations to embrace the religion, its [...]
Escape to the idyllic waters on a Killaloe boat trip
The River Shannon is the very artery of the Irish nation, winding through the heart of the country; Shannon cruises are the perfect way of experiencing both rural and urban Ireland. Though there [...]
Travelling along the Shannon Erne waterway
The River Shannon is so closely linked with the identity of Ireland that it is almost interchangeable with the nation itself. Running through the island from coast to its source, Shannon boat [...]
Boating on Lough Erne, exploring Northern Ireland
Where is Lough Erne? Lough Erne is the name of two connecting lakes in Northern Ireland’s Irish County Fermanagh. It’s the second biggest lake system in Northern Ireland and Ulster and the fourth [...]