Shannon Princess II Golf Itinerary
Killaloe to Athlone
(Charter only from 2019)
Day 1 Sunday GlassonWe meet you at the **designated meeting place and transfer you by coach to Shannon Princess moored moor right next to the 17th tee at Glasson Golf and Country Club. Your Captain and his crew welcome you on board with Champagne, Black Velvets or Irish Coffees, then time perhaps for a stroll. Dinner on board.
Day 2 Monday Glasson to AlthoneThis morning, enjoy a round of golf at Glasson Golf and Country Club, a Christy O’Connor design quoted as “the best he has done so far”. The course presents you with many challenges and treats, as well as spectacular views from all 18 holes. (18 holes, 6400m, Par 72). After lunch back on board, we cruise around the beautiful Inner Lakes of Lough Ree and moor in Athlone. In the afternoon we visit the Kilbeggan Whiskey, dating from 1757 and the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world, for a tour and, of course, a tasting. Dinner on board.
Day 3 Tuesday Athlone to BanagherThis morning we cruise through a wild life flora and fauna reserve, mooring on the way at the ancient ruins of Clonmacnoise, a famed 6th century university and early Christian settlement. After a guided tour we enjoy lunch on board, whilst cruising on north to Athlone through Europe’s richest example of “Callow” landscape, countryside little changed in over 1,000 years. After lunch we transfer to the K Golf Club, which hosted the 2006 Ryder Cup. The Arnold Palmer designed course is one of the premier parkland golf courses in Europe. (18 holes, 6815m, Par 72). Return to the barge for dinner on board, followed by a session of golf lore and music at a local pub.
Day 4 Wednesday Banagher to Shannonbridge to TerryglassAfter breakfast we cruise down through Meelick lock, pausing as Portumna swing bridge is opened to allow the Shannon Princess passage onto idyllic Lough Derg. We moor at Terryglass Harbour where there is time to explore this charming hamlet. In the afternoon, we visit Leap Castle, reputed to be Ireland’s most haunted house. You will be greeted by Sean Ryan and his family who will invite you into their unusual home and Sean, a renowned musician, will tell you the fascinating history of the castle and the part it played in founding the American Constitution. Sean will gladly play a few tunes with possibly the added bonus of being joined by his talented young daughter who will demonstrate her amazing dancing skills. Dinner on board.
Day 5 Thursday Terryglass to MountshannonA sunrise cruise before we transfer you to Adare Manor Golf Resort, an exquisite 18-hole Championship course featuring 230 acres of lush Irish countryside with lakes and a river meandering through it. The Adare course was designed by legendary Robert Trent Jones Senior. (18 holes, 6815m, Par 71). We return to Shannon Princess and set sail across beautiful Lough Derg, passing Forrest Park and ancient mountains to our mooring at Mountshannon, a lovely lakeside village perched above the Lough. Dinner on board.
Day 6 Friday Mountshannon to Killaloe
This morning we continue our cruise south on Lough Derg past her many islands re-joining the River Shannon to our final mooring at Killaloe, once home to the court of the greatest High King of Ireland, Brian Boru. Before lunch, there is time for you to visit the town, then we transfer you to Lahinch Golf Club – ranked in the World’s top 100 and dating back to 1892, making it one of Ireland’s oldest clubs. The golf course is a 70 minute drive each way, but well worth it! (18 holes, 6115m, Par 72).Captain’s Farewell Dinner on board.
Day 7 Saturday Killaloe
After breakfast you will disembark.Departure for Dublin Airport or hotel.
Itinerary is subject to change On alternative weeks the barge cruises in the reverse direction. Itinerary is subject to change
Special interest cruises such as Golf and Equestrian charters can be accommodated with advance notice. Golf courses include Lahinch, Adare Manor, K-Club and Glasson.
|Shannon Princess II|
|Accommodations||Rate Type||Rate Amount|
|Charter 10 passengers wholeboat||Regular||49500|
|Charter 6 passengers wholeboat||Regular||46500|
|Charter 6 passengers wholeboat||Value||41800|
|Charter 8 passengers wholeboat||Regular||48800|
|Charter 8 passengers wholeboat||Value||46800|
|Suite per person||Regular||5350|
|Suite per person||Value||4600|
|Charter 10 passengers wholeboat||Value||43900|
|Departure Dates (Sunday)||Rate Type||Route|
|Apr 21, 28||Value||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|May 05||Value||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|Sep 01, 08, 15, 25||Regular||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|Aug 04, 11, 18, 25||Regular||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|Jun 02, 09, 16, 23, 30||Regular||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|May 12, 19, 26||Regular||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
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|Departure Dates (Sunday)||Rate Type||Route|
|Jun 07, 14, 21, 28||Regular||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|Aug 02, 09, 16, 23, 30||Regular||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|Sep 06, 13, 20||Regular||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|May 10, 17, 24, 31||Regular||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|April 12, 19, 26 May 03||Value||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
|July 05, 12, 19, 26||Regular||Athlone to Killaloe or reverse|
- $800 per person supplement for golf cruises.
Ireland - Dublin - Aberdeen Lodge Hotel, Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin 1 - Sunday 3 p.m.