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Strangford Lough Boat Tour, 26 Aug - Experience AND 2023

Tour departs from the Slipway, Portaferry, County Down, BT22 1PE
An aerial photo of portaferry with sold out note


Part of Experience Ards and North Down 2023. Click here to see the full programme. 


Enjoy the splendour of Strangford Lough, Portaferry.

Take time away from fast pace of everyday lifeand enjoy the splendor of Strangford Loughs scenery and fascinating wildlife.See where St Patrick first came ashore, view landscapes used in "Game of Thrones" filming, and be enthralled by stories of Viking raiders.

Added perk
10% off lunch food bill, on the day only, for ticket holders in the Portaferry Hotel. Pre-booking directly with restaurant is advisable, to avoid disappointment.

Things to note
Children are welcome, ticket applicable. No concessions.
U18's must be accompanied by at least one paying adult.
Please wear flat shoes and bring extra layers due to the nature of the trip.

The boat trip is not wheelchair accessible.

Terms and conditions
Terms and Conditions apply.

Getting there
By car: From Belfast/Newtownards follow A20 to Portaferry. Parking available at the Rope Walk car park near Exploris Aquarium.
By public transport: From Belfast/Newtownards Ulsterbus Service no 9 to Portaferry. See Translink for timetable.


Online booking fee applies.

All details subject to change.

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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Ticket£14.00 per ticket

No concessions.
Booking fee applies.

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