Let Killary Adventure Co. give you the speedboat ride of a lifetime. Our 7.5 meter RIB, powered by a 200 horsepower engine will take you across the Atlantic waters to give you unique views of the stunning landscape. As you travel along Ireland's only fjord you will experience the history and heritage of this area from Famine villages to modern fish farms.
What is there to see:
Killary Fjord is a glacial fjord snaking its way for 16km inland from the Atlantic to the village of Leenane and Aashleagh Falls at its head. It is flanked by Mweelrea (Connacht's highest mountain) on the north side and by the Maamturks and Twelve Bens mountain ranges on its southern shore. On the southern shore there is a Green Road built as part of the Famine relief scheme and still clearly visible overlooking the water. Numerous old piers along the length of Killary tell of its history as an important trading area. Wildlife along the Killary and in its clean green waters is abundant from birds to plants to families of seals and dolphins. You never know what you might see!
Seeing this area from the vantage point of the water is a unique experience and of course you will have the added thrill of the speed and motion of the boat as it propels you out to the open sea!
Our speed boat trips last one hour and so can be combined with our other adventure activities to make up a half day or full day session. We offer over 20 other activities and pricing will depend on the combination you choose. The speedboat trip is a surcharged activity. For the speedboat trip it is essential to bring warm, waterproof clothing.
Booking and further information:
For further information or to make a booking for a speedboat trip contact us on 095 43411 or email email@example.com.
If you are interested in learning to drive a speedboat please contact us for more information.
Check out our 360 view below from one of our speedboats to get a preview of some of what you will see on Killary Fjord.
Lower Age Limit: 8 years of age but they must be big enough to fit into our buoyancy aids.
360 view from T1 on Killary Fjord
Use the arrows to move up, down, left and right to get the best view!