Dublin Fishing Charters

Your Fishing, Food and Transport – All In One!

Dublin Fishing Charters

Your Fishing, Food and Transport – All In One!

Welcome to Dublin Fishing Charters!

We will take you out on a fishing charter vessel in Howth (a wonderful fishing and yachting port just north-east of Dublin) for two hours of sea angling in the rich waters of the Irish Sea. Dublin coastal have a rich and varied native marine life, so fishermen can expect something in the region of 80 species to fish for— which means the fishing is always great!

Get more with our Fishing Special Package

If you select the Fishing Special Package we will pick you up (from Dublin Airport or Dublin City Center) and take you in style out to Howth. There you will board the fishing charter boat. Upon your return we will take you for lunch in a fine restaurant in Howth (the Abbey Tavern). You will have a delicious meal there. and we will drop you off for your return journey.

How it works

How Dublin Fishing Charters works: We will take you out on a fishing charter vessel in Howth (a wonderful fishing and yachting port just north-east of Dublin) for two hours of sea angling in the rich waters of the Irish Sea. Dublin coastal have a rich and...

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Sea Angling

The island of Ireland has for many years been recognised as one of the Worlds premier sea angling destinations. The 3000 km coastline is among the most varied and spectacular in the northern hemisphere with it’s hundreds of tranquil bays and backwaters, roaring surf...

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Ireland’s Eye

Ireland's Eye is a small secluded island just off the coast from Howth, north of Dublin City. Littered with history, you can still find the remains of a 6th century monastery, an 8th century church and a 19th century a Martello Tower. The island, with it's with a...

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Boat Hire Rates

Here are the Boat Hire Rates for Dublin Fishing Charters. The rates are for fishing only (excluding Special Package).

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