With the move to Portrush, Predator is now offering sea tours of various sights around the North Coast of Ireland, including Giants Causeway, the Skerries, Ballintroy, and more.

Giants Causeway Tours: A must visit for any tourist wanting to see the best scenery Ireland has to offer, the Giants Causeway is an area of outstanding beauty, recognised as a World Heritage Site and is a delight for walkers and bird watchers. It is the result of volcanic activity 60 million years ago with 38, 000 basalt columns. Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it. This tour will take you by sea to the Giant’s Causeway. On the way we will be passing the Skerries, White Rocks, Runkerry Beach, Portballintrae, Dunluce Castle, the White Rocks and both bays in Portrush.

Skerries Tours: The North Coast of Ireland is an area of outstanding natural beauty. On this trip you will have the opportunity to see the local wildlife: birds, seals, porpoise and, with a little luck, dolphins and whales. We offer sea tours of the Skerries, a small collection of islands just off the coast of Portrush, they were designated in 1996 as an Area of Specific Scientific Interest, as they are used by a range of seabirds for breeding, along with a wide range of other wildlife on and around the tiny islands

Ballintoy Harbour: With much of Game of Thrones filmed in Northern Ireland, it is full of familiar sites for many fans. On the North Coast, Ballintroy Harbour was used for the Iron Islands, and the site of Pyke Island and Castle, the capital of the Iron Islands. You can visit the site where Theon Greyjoy returns to the Iron Islands and is baptised in the name of the Drowned God!

We offer tours of the area, as well as many other sites available on the same trip
The boat has an main cabin to stay warm and dry, but you can also walk the whole way around the outside to get a full 360 degree view.
Please email info@predatorireland.com or call Hamish on 077 2044 0117 for further enquiries or to make a booking tailored to your own requirements.