LOOK FOR THE BOAT WITH THE DOLPHIN

Dolphins are visitors to Ballinakill Bay Fishing in the Renvyle area- and as far out as Inishbofin when the weather is friendly - there is promise of good catches of pollock, mackerel, rays, spurdog coalfish, cod, sand dabs and conger eels.

Mackerel is especially tasty when fresh! On the return journey there are spectacular views of the Twelve Bens. These fabled mountains of Connemara offer a myriad of shades of purple and green, enhanced by the varied blues of the sea.

The 5 p.m. cruise offers a chance to see these mountains in a different light - washed in purple velvet as the sun sets and the sea turns to gold.

Watching the sunset on a fine Summerís evening ,from Derryinver Bay as it turns the sea crimson and violet behind Letter Hill is as beautiful a sight as you will ever find anywhere in the world. A camera and binoculars are as important as fishing gear.

At the far western edge of Ireland can be found the serene and

tranquil Renvyle Peninsula.

Far from the pressure of city life, it is a place to relax and enjoy the fresh sea air, the peace, the tranquillity and the closeness to nature.

Amidst this place of beauty you will find Connemara Sea Leisure Ltd., located on the shores of one of the most beautiful, natural and well-protected harbours in the world. They offer fishing and sightseeing cruises in a friendly atmosphere that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

The 31-foot Lorraine-Marie can accommodate nine people for fishing and as many as twelve for sightseeing and picnics.

In the open sea there are views of the legendary islands Inishbofin, Inishark, Inishturk, Clare, Cahir and High Island.

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