Hire a boat in in Carrick-on-Shannon

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Price per day
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0 - 60+ m
Engine power
0 - 400+ hp
Year of manufacture
2002 - 2023
Search radius
100 Max Km
12 boats available

Houseboat Houseboat Lake Star 40hp (2008)

Carrick-On-Shannon
6
Without captain

From £121 per day

Houseboat PENICHE CLIPPER (2010)

Carrick-On-Shannon
6
Without captain

From £207 per day

Boat Hire Carrick on Shannon - Elegance (6) (2002)

Carrick-On-Shannon
6
Without captain

From £225 per day

Houseboat Horizon I (2000)

Carrick-On-Shannon
5
Without captain

From £296 per day

Houseboat PENICHE CRUSADER (2010)

Carrick-On-Shannon
6
Without captain

From £187 per day

Boat Hire Carrick on Shannon - Caprice (4+2) (2004)

Carrick-On-Shannon
6
Without captain

From £195 per day

Boat Hire - Carrick on Shannon - Magnifique (8+2) (2005)

Carrick-On-Shannon
10
Without captain

From £283 per day

Houseboat PENICHE HORIZON 4 (2010)

Carrick-On-Shannon
9
Without captain

From £575 per day

Houseboat PENICHE HORIZON 3 (2010)

Carrick-On-Shannon
7
Without captain

From £301 per day

Houseboat PENICHE ROYAL MYSTIQUE A (2000)

Carrick-On-Shannon
6
Without captain

From £263 per day

Houseboat PENICHE VISION 4 75hp (2010)

Carrick-On-Shannon
9
Without captain

From £334 per day

Houseboat PENICHE VISION 3 (2010)

Carrick-On-Shannon
9
Without captain

From £283 per day

Hire a boat in Carrick-on-Shannon, Ireland

Carrick on Shannon is the premier boating destination in Ireland. This town is situated at a strategic crossing point on the River Shannon. Cruising through this lovely part of Ireland consists of navigating a series of rivers, canals and loughs connected by interlinking hydraulic locks. Sounds complicated? Don’t worry, it’s easier done than said. This is a land of rich tradition, one of the oldest rowing clubs in the country, Carrick on Shannon Rowing Club was established in 1827 and its annual regatta takes pride of place in the National Rowing Calendar.

Cruise the upper Shannon

North or upper Shannon is probably the liveliest section of the river. There are many pretty villages with excellent mooring facilities. Visit Rockingham Forest Park on the water and get a bird’s eye view of the rich lay of land from its grand tower. Lough Key has to be one of the most scenic spots on the Shannon River with low hanging tree branches casting summer shadows over the water. Boyle is a great watering hole with many colorful restaurants and pubs. An Irish pub by the water, what better place to cast anchorage and enjoy a pleasant evening with the local mates.

Visit Ireland’s most famous attraction – Clonmacnoise

Renowned across the world, this is the site of an early Christian settlement founded by St. Ciaran in the 6th century. The ruins include a cathedral, several churches, an ancient cemetery, two towers and 3 large crosses. To get there, you have to navigate under a series of old stone arch-bridges that literally make you feel like you are traveling back in time to Clonmacnoise of the 6th century.

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Boat hire destinations near Carrick-On-Shannon

In Carrick-On-Shannon, privately owned boats are available for hire. See other boats in the area.

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