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Ribtrips

Wave Crest, Glenbeg, Caherdaniel, Ireland
+353 87 290 6229
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Fun with dolphins

The best 3 hours of our holiday was spent with Ribtrips and Lucy a marine biologist. We were lucky... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2016
jot129
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Kent, United Kingdom
A fun day at Sea with Speed and stunning looking coastlines of Southkerry

I had a blast with Des speed boat. He is very professional and I felt totally safe. It is an unique... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2015
Madeleine W
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Waterville, Ireland
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Boat Trips and Wildlife Tours to Derrynane and Kenmare Bay, County Kerry, Ireland. Explore the Atlantic coast, watch whales, dolphins and seals, cross Kenmare Bay, cruise Derrynane and take in the sights of ancient Abbeys, islands, coves and caves. Our skipper Des is fully qualified and experienced. Our vessel is maintained to the highest standards and is licensed by the Department of the Marin
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22 Aug 2016
“Fun with dolphins”
10 Jun 2015
“A fun day at Sea with Speed and stunning looking coastlines of Southkerry”
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Wave Crest, Glenbeg, Caherdaniel, Ireland
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+353 87 290 6229
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

The best 3 hours of our holiday was spent with Ribtrips and Lucy a marine biologist. We were lucky enough to see three separate pods of dolphins with their young, some porpoises as well as a variety of sea birds. The trip was fantastically organised....More

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Reviewed 10 June 2015

I had a blast with Des speed boat. He is very professional and I felt totally safe. It is an unique experience to see the coast from the sea. Thanks Des

Thank Madeleine W
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