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Ferry News update:
Ennis District Court. Friday June 26th.
Baid Farantoireachta An Chosta Teoranta ,owners of MV Tranquility operated by the O’Brien Family trading as Doolin Ferry Co plead guilty to overloading.
172 passengers on a ship permitted to carry 95.
Judge Mary Larkin commented “I wouldn’t like to be on a boat myself if it was overloaded nor would I like to be on a boat that went down.”
This ship has been operated by the O’Brien family for many years and since 2016 by Baid Farantoireachta An Chosta Teoranta which is a company who’s directors seem to be Liam and Erin O’Brien. Companies information office also shows a charge over this ship in favour of AIB bank which may have been satisfied, but there is no filing to suggest that.. Click on Doolin Pier for the Irish Daily Mirror story.
For Ferry travel to the Aran Islands during 2020 we recommend using the facilities at Rossaveal in Galway. Visit Aran
Doolin is the home of traditional Irish music which can be enjoyed nightly in our local pubs. Situated on the North West coast of County Clare and close to Lisdoonvarna. Doolin is only a short trip from Shannon Airport, Limerick, Ennis or Galway. An ideal base when visiting the Cliffs of Moher, The Burren or the spa town of Lisdoonvarna. On The Wild Atlantic Way. A traditional fishing village in the past it is now a thriving tourist destination. Doolin Tourism has developed over the years and a warm welcome is extended to all visitors. There are many accommodation options, craft shops, restaurants, and activities. There is traditional music nightly in the local pubs where you’ll meet the people, enjoy the craic and learn more about our traditions and culture. Welcome , and enjoy your visit.
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