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Cruises visiting Ringaskiddy & all Ringaskiddy cruises for  2021-2022

View Ringaskiddy 2021-2022 cruises for 2 ships listing 2 cruises from Ringaskiddy with today's best deals!

Ringaskiddy is one of four ports/towns that border Cork Harbour in County Cork, southern Ireland. Due east, across the Celtic Sea, is Wales. Maze-like Cork Harbour is indeed large, second in size to Australia’s Sydney Harbour. Ringaskiddy’s deep water port lies on the western side of the harbour, and on the northern side is the larger deep water port Cobh. Cork City port is 15km inland at the extremity of the harbour, on the River Lee. The environs are an important industrial, transport and pharmaceutical centre (Pfizer, Novartis, GlaxoSmithKline and Johnson & Johnson; and most of the world’s Viagra comes from here). The port receives passenger ferries from Roscoff in France.

Just south of Ringaskiddy is the Royal Cork Yacht Club (“the world’s oldest”), and the harbour is used for boating, canoeing, windsurfing and jet-skiing. And a stone’s throw away is Spike Island with a star fort, one of five fortifications built during the British Empire that include a 19th C Martello tower on the hilltop near the ferry terminal. Most are now tourist attractions recalling past history. However most visitors to Ringaskiddy will head by road to Cork, ‘the real capital of Ireland’, 22km away. See snug pubs, artisan coffee bars, welcoming locals, Georgian avenues, 17th C alleys, and good restaurants. Walk down St Patrick Street and lively Paul Street.

In Cork there are many significant cathedrals, churches and parks. Do visit ‘the best market in Ireland’, Old English Market/City Market, for the locals and not tourists. Spend an hour at historic Cork City Goal (Museum). The small Crawford Municipal Art Gallery (and museum) is in the heart of Cork city. Eight kilometres from Cork is Blarney Castle with its famous Blarney Stone, so you’ll probably go there. "Blarney is something more than mere flattery. It is flattery sweetened by humour and flavoured by wit. Those who mix with Irish folk have many examples of it in their everyday experience." (Irish politician John O'Connor Power)

Cruises visiting Ringaskiddy in 2021

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28

MAY

Queen Victoria cruises

13

NIGHTS

Queen Victoria cruises Up to $210 OBC

$3,371

$259

Cruises visiting Ringaskiddy in 2022

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16

MAY

Norwegian Dawn cruises

10

NIGHTS

Norwegian Dawn cruises

$2,448

$245

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$3,371