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Meet the Maker Killowen Gin & Cocktail Cruise

Carlingford Lough Cruises, 80 Greencastle Pier Road, Greencastle, County Down, BT34 4LR
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Come join Carlingford Lough Cruises on our first Gin Cruise of the season, an exciting collaboration with Killowen Distillery in County Down for a Gin & Cocktail cruise on the Bank Holiday Weekend, Friday 3 June!

Take this opportunity to not only savour the beautifully crafted Gins of Killowen Distillery but to enjoy live music as we cruise the iconic Carlingford Lough, with its panoramic views of the Cooley Peninsula and the majestic Mourne Mountains. These cruises take us along the Southern shoreline, past the medieval town of Carlingford with its picturesque marina and imposing King John's Castle. On the Northern shoreline, enjoy panoramic views of Greencastle Royal Castle, and Rostrevor Bay, as the sun sets on the majestic Cooley Peninsula and Mourne Mountain region.

Board the cruises at our terminals at either Greenore, County Louth or Greencastle, County Down, and begin your cruise along this panoramic Lough area. Keep an eye out for Finn, Carlingford Lough's resident dolphin as we depart. He's sure to pop up and say hello!

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