Offering exhilarating trips and instruction by sea kayak in the stunning waters of Clew Bay, Saoirse na Mara
are a mobile company so they can take advantage of the best weather and locations for the ultimate sea kayaking experience. Call Ali on 086 1733610 for further information.
Kayak le Tómas - Let Achill native Tómas McLoughlin take you for a kayak on the sea exploring the local caves, hidden coves and islands and listen to his unique interpretation of the marine environment. Call him on 098 45085Surfing
Long before the glamour of Baywatch (well maybe not that long!) Gerry Brannigan of Blackfield Surf School, Achill Island was surfing many of Ireland's finest beaches. Today he runs the surf school thats ideal for families, groups and has a great kids summer camp. Gerry can be contacted on 087 2495175.
On the other side of Clew Bay you will find Surf Mayo
owned & run by Mayo surfer Emmet Heneghan. He brings an immense wealth of knowledge from the world of surfing to you on the shores at Carrowniskey Strand, Louisburgh. Emmet can be contacted on 087 6212508Surf le Tómas
- Learn to surf the clean Atlantic Waves with Tómas who will encourage you all the way to finally catching the prefect wave. Tómas can be contacted on 098 45085The Mulranny Park Hotel
is the perfect base for visiting Achill Island.
Achill Island's magnificent 3km beach at Keel (25 mins from the hotel) provides one of the finest surf destinations in Ireland. As surfing is such a fast-growing sport in Ireland, and as many people taking advantage of Achill's superb Atlantic breakers may be surfing for the first time. Why not try something new today!
Surfing is available in Achill Island and also Carrowniskey Strand, Louisburgh and Clew Bay through Greenway Adventures members, Blackfield Surf School, Surf Mayo and Pure Magic also provide kitesurfing lessons.To view a full list of our Hotel Special Offer 'Click Here'Windsurfing
Clew Bay is one of the must beautiful places in the world to explore while you learn the fine art of sailing, windsurfing or developing your practical & navigational skills while driving a powerboat through the many islands of the bay. You even might be lucky enough to spot Dolpins at play or watch the many seals of the bay fishing or sunning themselves on the rocks! All this is available with Noelle who can be contact on 087 2237897.Sailing
Béal a’ Creachaire (Bay of the Plunderer) is an 11 mile long sea inlet running from Mulranny in the south to Innisbiggle in the North with Achill on the west and Ballycroy to the east.
As the name suggests, the bay has a exciting history, smuggling, piracy, Normans, The Spanish Armada, Granuaile to mention a few.
The bay is home to Bellacragher Bay Boat club (est. 2003), a group of local sailing enthusiasts who have been successful in getting local people back on the water and rekindling the old sailing techniques using traditional craft and the latest in high tech Catamarans.
People wishing to explore the bay and make their own discoveries, island-hop, Day/pleasure sailing and basic navigation or try out some high speed sailing are ensured a warm welcome.
For those that would like to have a taste of sailing, the swell free and sheltered bay provides a scenic and safe location.
More information is available from Seamus on 087 657 9348 / online at www.bellacragherboatclub.jimdo.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org