Inishturk Island Ferry

O’Malley Ferries provide a year-round ferry service to the island of Inishturk. The trip takes 45mins on a 97 passenger ferry, Naomh Ciaran II, allowing sufficient time to capture the panoramic views of the coastline.

Inishturk is a small but beautiful, unspoilt Island. It is steeped in history with its ancient forts, burial sites and historical sites. The varied terrain, endangered flora and traditional ways make it the perfect getaway from everyday stress and hustle.

It is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast and families alike with its stunning views which take in Connemara, Clew Bay, Croagh Patrick and neighbouring islands. There are varied walking trails and beaches that are hidden gems.

Meals and drinks can be enjoyed at the Island’s bar and restaurant.

Take a trip to Inishturk and enjoy a memorable day out!

  • Trips to Inishturk Island
  • Natural beauty and unique history and culture

Operates Year Round

Call or check online for sailing times. All sailings are subject to weather and other conditions.


Tickets can be purchased online at or at the ticket office at Roonagh Pier. Please phone for best family and group rates.

Useful Information

PARKING: Large car park at Roonagh Pier. Free of charge and protected by CCTV

Getting There

Ferry departs from Roonagh Pier, 30 mins from Westport. 1 km from Louisburgh turn right and continue to the end of the pier

Map Location: 53.761454, -9.903865
Contact O’Malley Ferries Inishturk Island

Roonagh Pier, Louisburgh, Co. Mayo, Ireland

Eircode: F28 CF68
T: +353 (0)86 887 0814
T: +353 (0)87 660 0409
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