Island hop as you meander along Lough Erne...
Pick your cruiser from Manor House Marine near Killadeas on Lower Lough Erne – no need for a licence or permit, you will be given full instruction before you depart.
Head for the island town of Enniskillen to pick up your provisions.
Enniskillen is Ireland’s only island town and one of the best ways to see the town is by water. Pull up at the jetty closest to the Erneside Shopping Centre and within close reach of the Enniskillen Town Centre to pick up your supplies.
Manor House Marine
Peruse the town centre with its Craft and Design Centre, Railway Museum and Enniskillen's oldest pub - Blakes of the Hollow.
Moor for the night in Enniskillen Town and have your choice of restaurants including fine dining by Great British Menu featured chef in 28 Darling Street.
28 Darling Street
New jetty right outside Enniskillen Castle so short walk will take you to the Castle - walk in the footsteps of Hugh the Hospitable Maguire, peruse the original buildings including the keep, marvel at the exquisite Regimental Museum memorabilia and be entertained by lively and informative guides.
Before you leave Enniskillen, get an even closer view of the island town – take a canoe and circumnavigate the entire island by canoe – get a bird’s eye view of the town from every perspective and travel under all the 4 bridges that carry traffic to the island town.
Head south towards Upper Lough Erne and the Ardhowen Theatre. Cruise past some of the best residences to be found in Fermanagh – all with lake views and some with private jetties. Pull up outside the Theatre by the Lakes – Ardhowen Theatre for morning coffee or lunch.
Continue through the islands of Upper Lough Erne and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Lakelands.
Return to Enniskillen where you can moor beside the Killyhevlin Hotel or the Ardhowen Theatre and enjoy an evening’s entertainment.
Killyhevlin Hotel & Lakeside Lodges
Cruise back into town and take a themed walking tour of the town or catch the new Enniskillen Taste Experience.
Travel north, exiting Enniskillen past Enniskillen Royal School, formerly Portora, the school that Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett attended (Wilde and Beckett Festivals now in the Summer time).
Enniskillen Taste Experience
Moor up at the Boatyard Distillery and enjoy a tour of this local distillery now making gin, vodka and whiskey.
Stop off at Devenish Island – an ancient monastic site with 12th century round tower and imagine how the monks survived.
Continue along Lower Lough Erne to Manor House Marine.
Devenish Monastic Site