Cruising by Cliffs of Moher Cruises

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

The heart of Wild Atlantic Way, the Cliffs of Moher are a magnificent, five-mile-long stretch of dramatic, grass-topped sheers cliff faces and craggy rock formations and one of Ireland’s most iconic natural wonders.[ReadMoreMob] An UNESCO Global Geopark, the cliffs are renowned for their unspoilt beauty and for providing the perfect habitat for a wealth of wildlife including various bird species such as puffins, razorbills and even elusive peregrine falcons.

Where the cliffs fall into the Atlantic Ocean below, basking sharks and pods of friendly dolphins are often spotted swimming along the coast on calm days too.

Cruises to Cruising by Cliffs of Moher

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Scenic Isles, Irish Loughs & Cities • M2312

 Southampton
Braemar
Sun 28 May 2023
10 nights
  • An immersive delve into the beauty, rich culture and history of the ‘Emerald Isle’
  • Experience scenic cruising of glacial waterways, see mighty cliffs and more
  • Explore Irish folklore; links to Titanic; visit the home of Guinness; and even kiss the Blarney Stone
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Scenic Irish Isles and Cities of Ireland • S2314

 Liverpool
Borealis
Thu 27 Jul 2023
8 nights
  • Experience the beauty of rugged islands, islets and waterways in Ireland and Scotland
  • Scenic cruise by Tory Island and Arranmore, sail lochs and sounds, see Fingal’s Cave and more
  • Visit Cobh, Belfast and Galway, to learn of fascinating history and fairytale stories too