Kayaking Cork Harbour

Top reasons to Kayak Cork Harbour

  • Kayaking in Cork delivers views of St. Colman’s cathedral and historic Cobh where many Irish departed for America to flee the devastating Irish potato famine.
  • Check out Spike Island, former home of a 7th c. monastery (which was believed to be overrun by Vikings) now a disused fort which served as a prison and see why its nicknamed ‘Irelands Alcatraz.’
  • Get a glimpse or more perhaps, of one of the harbours happy dolphins or curious seals.
  • Travel the same waters as the Irish Titanic passengers as they left Cobh, the Titanic’s last port of call before the ill-fated voyage.
  • Enjoy the amazing feeling of floating on water and get a good workout too!
  • See the old British military installations in what was one of the most fortified ports in the world.
  • Kayak by Irelands navy base and its ‘bombproof’ Martello tower built to protect the harbour from a feared Napoleonic invasion.
  • Immerse yourself in one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
  • In season, Cobh sees over 50 giant cruise liners such as the ‘Independence of the Seas’, enjoy kayaking by these floating pleasure palaces.
  • You will have worked up quite a thirst by now, even better to enjoy a pint of the black stuff or the local soft drink Tanora!

Kayaking in Cork Harbour

Ideal for team building in cork or for a cork stag party, take on the cork harbour experience!

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