Originally Posted by Pete7
Sadly only the northern coastline, but fab memories of Portrush and Port Stewart. Trips across to Rathlin Island plus fish
and chips on the harbour of Ballycastle. Those cliffs on the North Atrim Coast are specatacular, 600 ft straight into the sea from memory. County Down also has some really quaint little harbours and Strangford Lough is not to be missed and a great dive if scary dive
That is a stretch I haven't done myself yet, but is on the list
South West is my home ground - little sheltered harbours, tin roof pubs, the Fastnet of course, uninhabited islands with abandoned villages - all ready for you to explore. Keep an eye on the cruise web site for descriptions of passages, images
and port info - all gonna be up soon. The Gathering Cruise
- a chance to spread the word about how wonderful the coastline is here. As previous post mentioned, it is hard to get a feel for ports
the charts and it is great to get an idea before investing. See you here soon.