There is something mystical about islands. Dublin’s offshore islands are peaceful havens where nature and wildlife can thrive undisturbed by the city's influence. Cliffs, beaches, rocky outcrops, shrubs and grassland provide perfect habitats for a whole plethora of birds. There is no end to the bird-watching opportunities with the added possibility of seeing dolphins and seals.Lambay Island is Dublin's best kept secret. It is the biggest island on the east coast and supports one of the largest and most important seabird colonies in Ireland. Lambay also has the only colony of grey seals on the east coast, a herd of fallow deer and some wild Wallabies living on the island.Malahide Charter Boat has three different offerings;• Sightseeing and marine wildlife tours around Lambay Island• Summer mackerel fishing trips• Sea angling for the more experienced / serious anglerAvailable for group and individual bookings.The vessel, Naomi Leigh, is fully licensed and insured to carry twelve passengers and has all the latest safety, navigation and communications equipment.Malahide itself is an established and popular visitor attraction with ample car parking and the area is serviced by both bus and rail.For bookings please call, text or email.
Malahide Marina, Malahide