Dublin Bay Cruises

We are delighted to announce that we will be commencing our 2020 sailing season on June 8th. Due to Covid-19, we will have a different sailing schedule to normal. Our sailing times and routes are listed below. We will have strict social distancing measures on board and will be reducing our passenger numbers significantly to ensure the health and safety of all our customers. For this reason, we advise booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment. 


June 2020 sailing schedule:


9.30am Dun Laoghaire to City Centre (one way). Click here to book now

11.00am City Centre to Dun Laoghaire (on way). Click here to book now

12.30pm Dun Laoghaire to Howth Head Roundtrip. Click here to book now

2.30pm Dun Laoghaire to Dalkey Island Roundtrip. Click here to book now

4.30pm Dun Laoghaire to Dalkey Island Roundtrip. Click here to book now

For all corporate/private charter enquiries, please email booking@dublinbaycruises.com


Why not take a trip on Dublin’s beautiful living bay and enjoy the city from a truly unique perspective.


Award Winning Cruises
Perfect for Corporate Events and Private Parties
In partnership with Dublin Bay Biosphere


Private and Corporate Hire

Our 96 passenger vessel, the St. Bridget, is available for private hire for corporate and group events on Dublin Bay. Email us on booking@dublinbaycruises.com or call us on 01 9011757

It has taken so many years for somebody to think about this great idea! We went from dun laghaoire to Howth on a nice day what a pleasure...


We booked on line & got boat by the Sam Beckett bridge, to Dun Laoghaire, then Howth. All went well. stayed on deck & watched for Dolphins (I didn't see any but my wife saw one jumping just once (do they jump?)


Nice to explore Irish sea.. great trip and good team.. i love it.. The views was amazing. This is the best way to explore the beauty of ocean. Last day visited Howth to the island. And it was the best.. thank you



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