Boarding our ships is done via a small gangway and you then descend approximately 10 steps to the lower deck. The gangway is narrow and has grip rails either side.
Wheelchair passengers can usually be accomodated, as we can remove the side rail of the vessel on the top deck and lift the passenger on in their chair. Each passenger is assessed on a case by case basis (eg we cannot take motorised wheelchairs).
Yes the Jack B sails 7 days a week from April to October, weather permitting.
The cruise last about one hour.
Usually about 4 – 4 ½ hours.
No, it is a passenger ferry only - there are no cars on the island.
To avoid disappointment you should book in advance during peak season.
(Bookings by email or phone)
Yes, weather conditions and the tide can effect the sailing times. Please phone our office on the day of your trip for exact departure times.
The cruise is only 1 hour long and the crossing to Inis Oírr only takes 30 minutes, so it is unlikely that you will be sea-sick.
Trips are occasionally cancelled due to bad sea conditions. Should this happen, passengers are given the choice of rescheduling the cruise or receiving a full refund.
Yes, we are currently running a day trip special which combines a day-trip to Inis Oirr with an evening cruise along the cliffs. See the Doolin2Aran Ferries homepage for a list of trips.
"My husband and I hosted our wedding in Ireland in September of 2008. We came over from the States, as did 63 members of our family and friends, and our entire group went on one of your ship tours of the Cliffs. The experience was the talk of the trip! Everyone had a wonderful time - the cruise was not only a great learning experience but a fabulous way to really appreciate the beauty of the Cliffs of Moher and the West coast of Ireland." Read More
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