Cork, Ireland (Cobh - For Blarney Castle)

Founded in the 7th century by St. Fin Barre, Cork is your gateway to romantic Ireland. Stroll down narrow country lanes or see the Lakes of Killarney. The intrepid visitor may scale the narrow passages of Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney Stone. The region around Cork is also home to one of the densest concentration of prehistoric monuments in Western Europe. And, in a land where fable and fact blend to become folklore, it was near Cork that the great Tuatha De Danaan, a race with magical powers, was driven underground by the conquering Celts.

Cobh was the single most important port of emigration from Ireland.

Note: Your ship will dock in Cobh which is about 15 miles from Cork.

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Points of Interest

  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
  • Kinsale
  • St. Fin Barre's Cathedral
  • House of Waterford Crystal
  • St. Colman's Cathedral
  • Killarney National Park
  • Muckross House
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More about Cork, Ireland (Cobh - For Blarney Castle) Points of Interest

  • Blarney Castle

    Set in a sprawling park, this romantic ruin was the stronghold of the McCarthy clan, and features thick stone walls. Those who kiss the Blarney Stone are said to be gifted the power of eloquence.

  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop

    This converted mill is Ireland's largest Irish gift store selling traditional Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, Irish linen, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, knitwear, bone china and Celtic brooches.

  • Kinsale

    Kinsale is a historic fishing port featuring a pretty harbor, along with many well-preserved, 18th-century houses. It was off the coast here that the Lusitania was torpedoed by a U-boat during World War I.

  • St. Fin Barre's Cathedral

    This French, Gothic-inspired cathedral designed by William Burgess was built on the site of Fin Barre's 7th-century monastic settlement. It boasts mosaics, rich carvings and medieval gargoyles.

  • House of Waterford Crystal

    The manufacture of glass has a long history in Ireland. Ireland's famed Waterford Crystal dates from 1783.

  • St. Colman's Cathedral

    Built in 1868 and completed in 1915, ornate St. Colman's Cathedral is made of granite and limestone, and features elaborate stained glass windows. It boasts views of Cobh harbor and also has 49 bells.

  • Killarney National Park

    Killarney National Park boasts stunning views of the countryside set against a backdrop of rugged mountain peaks, and covers 26,000 acres, while the lakes of Killarney are famous for their beauty.

  • Muckross House

    This delightful 19th-century manor house features a gorgeous sunken garden, folk museum and crafting workshop. The interior of the house features beautiful hand-made Victorian furnishings.

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Spike Island Discovery

3.25 hours | Cork | CB4-385

Dress accordingly for the ferry ride and activities sure to send chills up your spine when you set off on a 3.5-hour adventure on Spike Island, a 104-acre complex commanding a strategic position within the mouth of Cork Harbor. Set off on a guided tour to discover the history of the island, which includes a 7th-century monastic settlement and 18th-century artillery fortifications. The rugged Spike Island shoreline served as a hiding place for smugglers, and in 1847, the island became a prison soon housing over 2,000 convicts. Today, it is a captivating and interactive museum with activities for all ages. Visit the 1850s punishment block with its spooky prison cells, Ireland's largest artillery gun park and several penal, military and social history museums. Return to Cobh via the ferry and explore town on your own before a walk back to the ship.

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Kinsale Village and Charles Fort

4 hours | Cork | CB4-210
  • Kinsale

This wonderful half-day tour to Kinsale starts when you meet your guide at the pier for the motorcoach ride through the River Lee Tunnel. Enjoy the rolling countryside, babbling brooks and brightly-painted houses en route to Kinsale, a pretty 18th-century village that was once an important naval base. Now a popular destination for yachtsman, it was here that some of the bodies from the RMS Lusitania were brought in 1915 when it was sunk by a German U-boat. Many of the original 18th-century buildings remain, and you will have a chance to view them as you independently stroll around the village. Your guide will also introduce you to Charles Fort. One of the finest examples of a 17th-century fortification, this fort was primarily constructed as a coastal defense to prevent attacking naval forces from entering Kinsale Harbor. Your drive back to Cobh gives you another wonderful chance to enjoy the rolling landscape of fields and hedgerows.

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House of Waterford Crystal & Lismore

8 hours | Cork | CB4-130
  • House of Waterford Crystal

Board your motorcoach for the drive to Waterford. Travel along the Quay, passing Reginald's Tower. Originally built by Vikings, it was the Normans who transformed the tower into a fortification with 10-feet-thick walls. Continue past the elegant 19th-century Courthouse along The Mall en route to the House of Waterford Crystal. Completed in 2010, the Center is the heart of all things Waterford. An audio-visual presentation recounts the history of Waterford Crystal from its founding in 1783 to the present. Take a tour that traces Waterford crystal production from mold making and glass blowing to final cutting and etching by master craftsmen. View parts of the process close-up; questions and photographs are welcomed. Your tour concludes at the showroom, where there is ample free time to browse among the world's largest display of Waterford crystal, giftware, craft and jewelry collections. Enjoy some free time in the charming heritage town of Lismore before returning to Cobh and your waiting ship.

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Easy Cork: Scenic Drive & Irish Coffee

3.75 hours | Cork | CB4-290
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop

This delightful half-day tour starts with a guided drive alongside the beautiful River Lee, which flows in two main channels around Cork. Pass through Cork City, to the 18th century village of Blarney. Stop for an Irish Coffee and stroll the tree-lined square with its vibrant green lawn. Then stroll the short walk to the Blarney Woolen Mill shop, a favorite stop for many visitors who like to purchase high-quality Irish goods. The elegant shopping center is housed in a converted mill, and here you will be able to browse for knitwear, Irish linens, Donegal tweeds, Celtic brooches, and view one of the largest displays of Waterford Crystal in the world.

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Easy Cork: Scenic Drive & Irish Coffee (Wheelchair Accessible)

3.75 hours | Cork | CB4-291
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop

This delightful half-day tour starts with a guided drive alongside the beautiful River Lee, which flows in two main channels around Cork. Pass through Cork City, to the 18th century village of Blarney. Stop for an Irish Coffee and stroll the tree-lined square with its vibrant green lawn. Then stroll the short walk to the Blarney Woolen Mill shop, a favorite stop for many visitors who like to purchase high-quality Irish goods. The elegant shopping center is housed in a converted mill, and here you will be able to browse for knitwear, Irish linens, Donegal tweeds, Celtic brooches, and view one of the largest displays of Waterford Crystal in the world.

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Local Connections: Cork City Drive & Irish Whiskey Centre

4 hours | Cork | CB4-220
  • St. Fin Barre's Cathedral

Board your motorcoach for the short drive to Cork. Your narrated drive travels down Merchant's Quay, St. Patrick's Street, Grand Parade and the Mall as your guides point out the city's elegant Georgian architecture. Continue past City Hall, built in 1932. The Hall was paid for by the English crown and replaced the building burned by the British Army during Ireland's War of Independence. Stop for photographs of St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, a 19t- century Gothic Revival church built on the site of St. Finn Barre's original monastic settlement. Continue to Midleton for a tour of the Jameson Experience Midleton. Your tour begins with an audiovisual presentation on the history of John Jameson whiskey. Explore the distillery's historic buildings, restored equipment, photographs and dramatic re-creations. (A new distillery stands adjacent to the old.) Your tour concludes with a wee drop of Jameson's and free time to explore the gift shop.

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Blarney Castle

4 hours | Cork | CB4-200
  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop

Head out of Cobh and travel through gorgeous countryside and suburbs en route to Blarney Village on this enjoyable half-day excursion. Visit the ruins of Blarney Castle, dating back to 1446. Once a stronghold of the McCarthy clan, it features 18-foot thick stone walls. The adventurous among you may join the line to enter the castle ruins or to kiss the famous Blarney stone - those who do are said to be endowed with the gift of eloquence(long lines may be expected). . Stroll around the pretty village and view the wonderful 18th-century buildings. End the tour with a visit to the Blarney Woolen Mill shop where you can browse for high-quality Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, hand-loomed Donegal tweed and Celtic brooches. Once you have made your purchases, it will be time to board the motorcoach for the journey back to Cobh.

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Killarney by Motorcoach

8.5 hours | Cork | CB4-120
  • Killarney National Park
  • Muckross House

Discover a true Irish gem as you travel to Killarney by coach. Your journey will offer sweeping views of the stunning countryside en route. Your first stop will be at a local hotel for tea/coffee & scones. Upon arrival in Killarney explore the delights of this beautiful part of Ireland by coach. You will enjoy some photo opportunities as you journey through this picturesque county known locally as 'The Kingdom'. Whilst driving through Killarney National Park you will have some time to photograph the spectacular Muckross House and its extensive gardens during some free time. Feast on a traditional Irish lunch before enjoying some time to yourself in the bustling town of Killarney - known as the 'capital' of Kerry.

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Cork Harbour By RIB

3 hours | Cork | CB4-500

Explore the far corners of bustling Cork Harbour during an exhilarating cruise in a rigid inflatable boat. As you speed through the waters on the lightweight, high-performance RIB, your skipper will provide fascinating facts about the harbour's heritage including its history as the final port of call of the ill-fated Titanic in 1912. From this unique perspective you'll speed past landmarks such as the 200-year-old Roches Point Lighthouse, the 230-year-old Camden Fort and Carlisle Fort, built in 1861. Soon, you'll zip past the Royal Cork Yacht Club; founded in 1720, it's the world's oldest sailing club. If you're lucky you may spot a harbor seal, dolphin, puffin or other wildlife tucked among the scenic coastal areas. Next, it's time for a stop at a local watering hole for an Irish coffee making demonstration. Following your 'coffee break' you'll reboard the RIB for the return journey to your ship in Cobh.

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West Cork's Scenic Wonders

9 hours | Cork | CB4-125

Your full day begins with the ride to the West Cork town of Clonakilty. Fondly known as Clon by locals, this charming town is the perfect spot for a cup of coffee followed by independent sightseeing. Back on the coach, you'll travel next to Glengarriff, one of Ireland's oldest tourist destinations before continuing on for a tasty four-course lunch. Happily fed, you'll rejoin your coach for a visit to Gougane Barra Forest Park. Covering 1,000 acres in the Shehy Mountains, Ireland's first national park is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Have your camera handy! Barra Lake is home to a peaceful-looking island; according to tradition St. Finbarr, Cork's patron saint, built a monastery here in the 6th century. Today, a picturesque chapel, not part of the original monastery, resides on the island, a reminder of its gentle past. Your return journey to Cobh will take you through the picturesque Lee Valley.

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Rock of Cashel, The Vee & Lismore

6.75 hours | Cork | CB4-116

Your full day of sightseeing begins as you board your motorcoach and travel to the town of Lismore in the county of Waterford. Just on the outskirts of town is Lismore Castle, one of the most spectacular castles in Ireland. Built in 1185 by England's Prince John, the Castle sits on 8,000 acres and boasts gardens, farmlands, and forests. Depart Lismore and travel through the awe-inspiring countryside to the picturesque town of Cashel, home of the legendary Rock of Cashel. Here you will enjoy lunch before strolling around the archeological ruins that date back to the 12th Nearby is the Cathedral with a huge square tower and turret. At the end of the day, you will climb back aboard your coach for your return journey to your ship in Cobh.

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Rock of Cashel, The Vee & Lismore

8 hours | Cork | CB4-115

Your full day of sightseeing begins as you board your motorcoach and travel to the town of Lismore in the county of Waterford. Just on the outskirts of town is Lismore Castle, one of the most spectacular castles in Ireland. Built in 1185 by England's Prince John, the Castle sits on 8,000 acres and boasts gardens, farmlands, and forests. Depart Lismore and travel through the awe-inspiring countryside to the picturesque town of Cashel, home of the legendary Rock of Cashel. Here you will enjoy lunch before strolling around the archeological ruins that date back to the 12th Nearby is the Cathedral with a huge square tower and turret. At the end of the day, you will climb back aboard your coach for your return journey to your ship in Cobh.

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Best of Cork & Countryside

7 hours | Cork | CB4-105
  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
  • Kinsale

This unique day-long tour is perfectly designed for the first time visitor to Ireland. A visit to Kinsale provides independent time for you to take in their picturesque harbors the picturesque harbor or simply enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes, before meeting at the motorcoach for the next leg of the journey. A brief driving tour of Cork City with a stop for lunch is followed an opportunity tovisit the ruins of Blarney Castle, dating back to 1446. Once a stronghold of the McCarthy clan, it features 18-foot thick stone walls. The adventurous among you may join the line to enter the castle ruins or to kiss the famous Blarney stone - those who do are said to be endowed with the gift of eloquence (long lines may be expected). Stroll a short distance to visit the Blarney Woolen Mill Shop to enjoy shopping in this converted mill for traditional Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, Irish linen and Celtic brooches.

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Best of Cork & Countryside (Guided in German)

8 hours | Cork | CB4-103
  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
  • Kinsale

This unique day-long tour is perfectly designed for the first time visitor to Ireland. A visit to Kinsale provides independent time for you to take in their picturesque harbors the picturesque harbor or simply enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes, before meeting at the motorcoach for the next leg of the journey. A brief driving tour of Cork City with a stop for lunch is followed an opportunity to visit the ruins of Blarney Castle, dating back to 1446. Once a stronghold of the McCarthy clan, it features 18-foot thick stone walls. The adventurous among you may join the line to enter the castle ruins or to kiss the famous Blarney stone - those who do are said to be endowed with the gift of eloquence (long lines may be expected). Stroll a short distance to visit the Blarney Woolen Mill Shop to enjoy shopping in this converted mill for traditional Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, Irish linen and Celtic brooches.

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Best of Cork & Countryside (Guided in German)

7 hours | Cork | CB4-108
  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
  • Kinsale

This unique day-long tour is perfectly designed for the first time visitor to Ireland. A visit to Kinsale provides independent time for you to take in their picturesque harbors the picturesque harbor or simply enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes, before meeting at the motorcoach for the next leg of the journey. A brief driving tour of Cork City with a stop for lunch is followed an opportunity to visit the ruins of Blarney Castle, dating back to 1446. Once a stronghold of the McCarthy clan, it features 18-foot thick stone walls. The adventurous among you may join the line to enter the castle ruins or to kiss the famous Blarney stone - those who do are said to be endowed with the gift of eloquence (long lines may be expected). Stroll a short distance to visit the Blarney Woolen Mill Shop to enjoy shopping in this converted mill for traditional Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, Irish linen and Celtic brooches.

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Best of Cork & Countryside (Guided in French)

7 hours | Cork | CB4-107
  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
  • Kinsale

This unique day-long tour is perfectly designed for the first time visitor to Ireland. A visit to Kinsale provides independent time for you to take in their picturesque harbors the picturesque harbor or simply enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes, before meeting at the motorcoach for the next leg of the journey. A brief driving tour of Cork City with a stop for lunch is followed an opportunity visit the ruins of Blarney Castle, dating back to 1446. Once a stronghold of the McCarthy clan, it features 18-foot thick stone walls. The adventurous among you may join the line to enter the castle ruins or to kiss the famous Blarney stone - those who do are said to be endowed with the gift of eloquence (long lines may be expected). Stroll a short distance to visit the Blarney Woolen Mill Shop to enjoy shopping in this converted mill for traditional Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, Irish linen and Celtic brooches.

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Best of Cork & Countryside (Guided in French)

8 hours | Cork | CB4-104
  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
  • Kinsale

This unique day-long tour is perfectly designed for the first time visitor to Ireland. A visit to Kinsale provides independent time for you to take in their picturesque harbors the picturesque harbor or simply enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes, before meeting at the motorcoach for the next leg of the journey. A brief driving tour of Cork City with a stop for lunch is followed an opportunity visit the ruins of Blarney Castle, dating back to 1446. Once a stronghold of the McCarthy clan, it features 18-foot thick stone walls. The adventurous among you may join the line to enter the castle ruins or to kiss the famous Blarney stone - those who do are said to be endowed with the gift of eloquence (long lines may be expected). Stroll a short distance to visit the Blarney Woolen Mill Shop to enjoy shopping in this converted mill for traditional Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, Irish linen and Celtic brooches.

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Best of Cork & Countryside

8 hours | Cork | CB4-100
  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
  • Kinsale

This unique day-long tour is perfectly designed for the first time visitor to Ireland. A visit to Kinsale provides independent time for you to take in their picturesque harbors the picturesque harbor or simply enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes, before meeting at the motorcoach for the next leg of the journey. A brief driving tour of Cork City with a stop for lunch is followed an opportunity tovisit the ruins of Blarney Castle, dating back to 1446. Once a stronghold of the McCarthy clan, it features 18-foot thick stone walls. The adventurous among you may join the line to enter the castle ruins or to kiss the famous Blarney stone - those who do are said to be endowed with the gift of eloquence (long lines may be expected). Stroll a short distance to visit the Blarney Woolen Mill Shop to enjoy shopping in this converted mill for traditional Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, Irish linen and Celtic brooches.

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Best of Cork & Countryside for Small Groups

8 hours | Cork | CB4-999
  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
  • Kinsale

This unique day-long tour is perfectly designed for the first time visitor to Ireland. A visit to Kinsale provides independent time for you to take in their picturesque harbors the picturesque harbor or simply enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes, before meeting at the motorcoach for the next leg of the journey. A brief driving tour of Cork City with a stop for lunch is followed an opportunity to visit the ruins of Blarney Castle, dating back to 1446. Once a stronghold of the McCarthy clan, it features 18-foot thick stone walls. The adventurous among you may join the line to enter the castle ruins or to kiss the famous Blarney stone - those who do are said to be endowed with the gift of eloquence (long lines may be expected). Stroll a short distance to visit the Blarney Woolen Mill Shop to enjoy shopping in this converted mill for traditional Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, Irish linen and Celtic brooches.

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Best of Cork & Countryside for Small Groups

7 hours | Cork | CB4-998
  • Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Woolen Mill Shop
  • Kinsale

This unique day-long tour is perfectly designed for the first time visitor to Ireland. A visit to Kinsale provides independent time for you to take in their picturesque harbors the picturesque harbor or simply enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes, before meeting at the motorcoach for the next leg of the journey. A brief driving tour of Cork City with a stop for lunch is followed an opportunity to visit the ruins of Blarney Castle, dating back to 1446. Once a stronghold of the McCarthy clan, it features 18-foot thick stone walls. The adventurous among you may join the line to enter the castle ruins or to kiss the famous Blarney stone - those who do are said to be endowed with the gift of eloquence (long lines may be expected). Stroll a short distance to visit the Blarney Woolen Mill Shop to enjoy shopping in this converted mill for traditional Irish goods, including Waterford crystal, hand-loomed Donegal tweed, Irish linen and Celtic brooches.

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Cork by Private Vehicle - Car Class Half Day (Driver Only)

4 hours | Cork | CB4-935

Vehicles with an English-speaking driver are generally offered on a half-day (morning or afternoon) or full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Cork by Private Vehicle - Van Class Half Day (Driver Only)

4 hours | Cork | CB4-930

Vehicles with an English-speaking driver are generally offered on a half-day (morning or afternoon) or full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Cork by Private Vehicle - Car Class Full Day (Driver Only)

8 hours | Cork | CB4-925

Vehicles with an English-speaking driver are generally offered on a half-day (morning or afternoon) or full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Cork by Private Vehicle - Car Class Half Day (With Guide)

4 hours | Cork | CB4-915

Vehicles with an English-speaking guide are generally offered on a half-day (morning or afternoon) or full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Cork by Private Vehicle - Van Class Full Day (Driver Only)

8 hours | Cork | CB4-920

Vehicles with an English-speaking driver are generally offered on a half-day (morning or afternoon) or full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Cork by Private Vehicle - Van Class Half Day (With Guide)

4 hours | Cork | CB4-910

Vehicles with an English-speaking guide are generally offered on a half-day (morning or afternoon) or full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Cork by Private Vehicle - Car Class Full Day (With Guide)

8 hours | Cork | CB4-905

Vehicles with an English-speaking guide are generally offered on a half-day (morning or afternoon) or full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Cork by Private Vehicle - Van Class Full Day (With Guide)

8 hours | Cork | CB4-900

Vehicles with an English-speaking guide are generally offered on a half-day (morning or afternoon) or full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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