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Cruising the Wild Atlantic WayCruising the wild Atlantic Way of Ireland at the Cruising Association

by Daria and Alex Blackwell

There are few places on this earth that are more beautiful, more wild, or more remote than the West of Ireland. Authors Daria and Alex share their experience from years of cruising along this coast and its islands, richly illustrating the locations with stunning photography, charts and maps. The talk is based on their recently published book, Cruising the Wild Atlantic Way.

The talk, based on their recently published book, Cruising the Wild Atlantic Waywill provide the essential information you need before you go, and insights into what you may find when you get there. It outlines a logical route along the less travelled coast from Cork to Donegal with stops in picturesque harbours, villages, and islands along the way. It encourages visitors to see the land as it was seen by explorers centuries ago, along one of the most unspoiled stretches of coastline in Europe.

Date: Wednesday 16th of March. Lectures and talks start promptly at 19:00 hrs

Place: CA House

Booking: To book, please contact the CA Office on 0207 537 2828 or email Tickets are £4 for members and £7 for non-members. Season tickets are available at £20 for the eight lectures 3 February to 23 March.

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