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Commercial Charter
 

Experienced Commercial Operators

Need a boat?

Large capacity

Great camera platform

Huge deck area for equipment

Mobile fleet

37 Seats on our 3 RIB

Experienced crew

Versatile boats

Comfortable seating

Waterproof gear

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Base on the South Coast

Ocean Escapes is based in Cork Harbour but our boats can be transported anywhere in Ireland. We can create bespoke trips to meet our customers needs.

Examples of our work.

Ocean Escapes has been tasked with a huge range of jobs from Royal visit security support, film support and standby safety boats. Read below for some examples of our commercial work.

Royal Visit

Security

Royal visit 2019

In 2019 Ocean Escapes was requested to offer security vessels for the Monarchy of the Netherlands during a visit around Cork Harbour. Ocean Escapes not only carried Surveillance and Protection Department personal but also members from An Garda Síochána. Along with providing a security detail Ocean Escapes also provided transportation for members of the international press which included refreshments.

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TV Series

Ultimate Hell Week

Ocean Escapes was contacted to provide fast boat service for 2021 & 2022 episodes of RTEs hit show Ultimate Hell Week Series 2 & 3. Ocean Escapes first offered location scouting and consultancy regarding the wide range of stunts and all maritime aspects of the show. Ocean Escapes worked closely with production to produce a high quality and possible the most intense show to date.

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TV & News

Nationwide

Ocean Escapes was contacted by RTE to help in the filming around Cork Harbour. The owner Andrew ended up being featured on the show sharing his love for what he does and how he started. Ocean Escapes provided local knowledge and offered advise regarding the conditions and points of interest during the film of the segment. Featured Monday 18th February 2019