This is the second part of out adventure into Limerick on our River Shannon cruiser. If you haven’t seen part one yet I’d recommend checking that out first:
River Shannon Navigation – Ardnacrusha Dam
River Shannon Navigation to Ardnacrusha Dam. Our adventure past the end of navigation to limerick City. WATCH NEXT: The Secret Lake – Part One https://youtu.be/NbvC51kl6H4
River Shannon Cruise – Shannon Harbour – Banagher
A quick look at Shannon Harbour where the Grand Canal meets the River Shannon. Then we take a historic look at Banagher. Want to know more about those concrete bunkers beside every major bridge over the River Shannon? Just click here: https://youtu.be/9-Yp4-7d4ho
Travel Ireland Video – off course on Lough Ree
In this Travel Ireland Video we take a look at Clare Island off the Mayo Coast and then go exploring off the navigation channel on one of the River Shannon’s largest lakes. This travel Ireland vlog is as sort of travel guide with a boating theme.
River Shannon Blueway
There are no end of great places to visit on the river, but the River Shannon Bluway is one that really should be on your bucket list. Join us as we take a trip from Battlebridge to Acres Lake near Drumshanbo along the tow path.
Boating in Ireland
Boating in Ireland isn’t only for the summer months. Cruising the Shannon river in Ireland is always a haphazard affair when it comes to the weather. But boating on the river Shannon is one of the few holidays you can enjoy even in poor weather. So join us as we go boating in Ireland in autumn.
Shannon River Cruise to Royal Canal
A Shannon River Cruise to Richmond Harbour at the Royal Canal terminus. A chance to discover some new locations to explore the next time you go on a Shannon river cruise. The river Shannon is a boaters paradise with hundreds of little ‘off channel’ locations to discover. We’ll go through a number of Shannon River locks and a some smaller ones on the Royal Canal too. Join us on one of the best river Shannon cruises ever.
The Shannon Pot
The Shannon Pot in Co Cavan is not just the source of the river Shannon, it’s the source of many legends and stories too. People have visited the Shannon Pot since it was first discovered by ancient man. The Celts believed that the pot was a portal to the spirit world and that it was home to the “Salmon of Knowledge”. Even the River Shannon itself owes its name to this mystical place.
Shannon River Cruise to Kilglass Lough
Join us on a super Shannon River cruise to Kilglass Lough, one of the famed Carnadoe lakes. There is a narrow passage in the reeds on the western shore of Lough Boderg that leads you on a wonderful Shannon River cruise of discovery, filled with reed lined, un-spoilt natural beauty. This is a special place, reserved only for the boater who is prepared to take the time to go off the main Shannon River in search of timeless tranquillity. This is probably one of the best river cruises in Europe. So treat yourself by joining us on this River Shannon cruise to Kilglass Lough
River Shannon Boating to Lough Allen
A family holiday that takes in some River Shannon boating is hard to beat. This episode we’re cruising to Lough Allen one of the large lakes on the River Shannon. I’ve heard people say that you can’t rely on the weather, but a river Shannon boating holiday is one of the few holidays that you can enjoy even in poor weather. A day spent on a river Shannon cruise, and meandering this waterway, is the best relaxation you will ever get. So check this episode when the river Shannon is seen in the usual Irish weather! Hope you’ll enjoy, and maybe consider river Shannon holidays by boating, fishing or even camping for you and your family? thanks for watching.
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Lesser Seen Lough Key
An introduction to some lesser-seen Lough Key treats. Driftwood takes in some of the sites of this magnificent boating location at the northern end of the Shannon Navigation. Lough Key also has a caravan and camping park so even if you don’t have a boat it’s still very accessible.
Lough Key is at the northern end of the Shannon Navigation on the Boyle River. The lake has six public moorings and is probably one of the prettiest lakes on the whole system. With over thirty islands and several magical castles, Lough Key is simply a boaters paradise. Come along and join us on this short boat trip on one of Ireland’s greatest Cruising Ireland’s river Shannon in the sun, look at what you’re missing! Episode #2 https://youtu.be/M28bwZF9070 boating lakes.