The perfect starting point for any adventure. Access is via a private marina in the heart of the city. This is an ideal way to kick start your adventure and is perfect location for drinks either before or after you trip in one of the many surrounding bars and restaurants.
Note: On street parking is via disc parking. There are some multistory car parks nearby which are charger by the hour.
The Quays Bar
A picturesque staring point for any trip either based in the lower harbour or to the City.
The Quays Bar & Restaurant boosts its own private pontoon. It is a central location to the many villages around the Harbour.
Note: Free car parking available by Cobh Heritage Centre. Paid parking is available on street.
Hugh Covney Pier
Crosshaven is a quintessential seaside village located only 30min from Cork City. Crosshaven is also home to Camden Fort Meagher.
Famous for it's fresh seafood, it's well worth a including this as a stop on a tour or as a departure point. Nothing beats fish & chips following a high speed trip on the RIBs.
Note: Free parking through out the village.
Monkstown is a small village perched on the edge of the harbour. Found
14km southeast of Cork city on the estuary of the River Lee, facing Great Island. Monkstown Pier allows for easy access to the Lower Harbour. Departure is adjacent to the Ensign Bar & Restaurant.
Note: Free Car Park & Street parking
Lower Aghada Pier
Aghada is a small fishing town in East Cork situated to the south-east of Cork City.
Aghada is a very popular destination as the picturesque village is home the Rosie's Bar & Restaurant
where a visit to "The Pepperstack"
restaurant is an absolute must!
Note: Free Parking
East Ferry Pier
East Ferry is located where the trees meet the sea! The area takes its name from a ferry which historically crossed the channel
This scenic location offers access when visiting from East Cork.