The Fermanagh lake lands and day-boats…
Boating Holidays in Northern Ireland.
You need no experience and no licence to drive any of these boats. Full tuition by instructors before you leave the boat’s are suitable for first time hirers. You can order food provisions in advance and they will be waiting for you on arrival. You could spend 2 week’s on the 3 lake’s and never see it all.
I have been on board these boat’s and they are so big and very nice inside, it must be lovely sailing around the lake’s slowly on a summer’s day and then calling in for a break and a drink on one of the holiday island’s on the lake’s.
Fishing is a very big thing on the lake’s, people from all over Britain and further come to fish here. There are many day boat’s for hire for the fishing or just a day out on the lake’s.
Hire firm’s, On-board Questions and Answers
All the hire boats are fully equipped with galleys (including refrigerator and gas cooker with oven and grill), hot and cold water, heating and lighting. On-board electricity is 12 volt and there are cigarette lighters for charging your mobile phones.
Cutlery, crockery, glasses and kitchen utensils are provided. All bed linen is on-board including duvets, pillows, blankets, hand towels and bath towels (one per person). Fuel tanks will be full on arrival and you will be charged for the fuel you use on your departure (approx £15 – £50).
Water tanks will also be full on arrival and will need refilled regularly at the marked points on the provided navigation map which also highlights the many free moorings at public quays and jetties throughout Ireland’s Waterways. Two gas cylinders (included) should be sufficient for your cruise. All our craft are insured.
We require a refundable breakage deposit (£400) before you go on-board. In the unlikely event of a breakdown our technical staff will be with you immediately. We can have a technical person with you at any location throughout Lough Erne and the River Shannon. On-board safety equipment includes: life jackets, life ring, smoke flares, fire extinguishers, first aid kit andbinoculars.
One these days before I get old (LOL) I want to visit Northern Ireland. Your post made want to even more.
You will be made very welcome, if you go to my other site and you will see lot’s more under Northern Ireland.
Ah…I miss Ireland. I have to make it back there one day. In 1998 I spent three weeks traveling around Ireland and Northern Ireland. Brilliant place, brilliant people. I’d love to just sail away.
Jennifer, it has changed so much in that time, you might remember some of these place’s at my site here.