Go to the Aran Islands or see the Cliffs of Moher with Bill O Brien’s THE original Doolin Ferry Co. on the DOOLIN EXPRESS. This is the most comfortable, fastest and newest boat on Irish waters with unique anti sea-sickness technology.
Launched summer 2017, the Doolin Express has redefined passenger comfort in setting new standards for passenger ferries between Doolin and Aran, the route that Bill created in 1970. There are multiple daily departures from No. 1 Doolin Pier to each of the three Aran Islands, and hourly Cliffs of Moher cruises from 12 noon.
You can also combine an island boat trip with a cliffs cruise for a real ‘bucket list’ experience on the Wild Atlantic Way, 7 days a week March to November.
Operates March to November
Depart No 1 Doolin Pier
Aran Islands 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00,14:30 and the 17:30 sailing is one way only
Cliff of Moher cruise 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 17:15
Visit duration: between 1 and 5 hours including on-island activity
Office Open: 8:00-18:00, daily, March to November
(Office +353 (0)65-707 5555)
24 hour phone +353 (0)87-958 1465
Admission Prices 2019
See website for online discounts and for pricing
Bikes and dogs free on-board
Pre-booking is ESSENTIAL
PARKING: Pay-for car parking nearby. Free coach parking on-site.
ACCESSIBILITY: Wheelchair accessible with accessible toilet. Assistance dogs welcomed on-board
WI-FI: Free Wi-Fi
No. 1 Doolin Pier is one mile from O’Connors famous traditional music pub in Fisher Street, Doolin – which is a 10 minute drive to the visitor centre at the top of the Cliffs of Moher. The towns of Lisdoonvarna and Ennistymon are 10 and 20 minutes away.
No. 1 Doolin Pier, Doolin, Co. Clare, Ireland
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