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Tide to Table Taste Tour Experience "Wild and Free Savour the Seas"

Boat House, The Slip, Kilkeel Harbour, Kilkeel, Down, BT34 4AX
Tide to Table Taste Tour Experience "Wild and Free Savour the Seas"

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Meet and Greet at the Boat House, The Slip Kilkeel Harbour, BT34 4 AX

Comfort Stop and a welcome drink of Honey Poitin and Oysters before heading off to the Seaweed Foraging Site

Wild Harvesting Seaweeds exploring the diverse eco systems and seaweed profiles along Silk Island to Home Port

Cold Water Therapy Sea Swim or dip those feet in the Brinny Waters at Crawfords Rock  

Bird Watch and Gather a Seaweed Spa Bath to take home

Return to the Boat House and Enjoy a Coastal Flavours Extravaganza 

Crab, Oyster, Prawns, Mussles, Artisan Breads, Seaweeds and Wines. 

Relax and Sit and Chat a while we have the Stove lite and enjoy a Traditional moss pudding with peppermint Kombu Tea. 

Cost £55 per person

Unsuitable for those with walking impairments but they can come and enjoy the food and take in the sights and sounds of a working harbour by staying in the boat house were they can relax by the fire. 


Event Facilities

  • Booking Required

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£55.00 activity

Please contact the organiser for any further information that's required.


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