Explore the River Bann by boat: Your gateway to Lough Neagh and the Causeway Coast

Let us take you on a gentle cruise along the picturesque Lower River Bann to discover the rich cultural heritage & native wildlife of the Causeway region. River Bann Tours is the perfect way to connect you to the historical towns and villages along the river, where you can enjoy the outstanding local attractions, meet the local people and enjoy delicious food options before or after your boat tour. Take in Portglenone, Lough Neagh & Ireland’s Causeway Coast by boat trip.

Cruise the River Bann: Lough Neagh and beyond

Introducing “Bann Voyáge” the latest addition to River Bann Tours fleet, River Bann tours are delighted to advise that after an extensive refit, and inspection by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, “Bann Voyáge has now entered service, and is now cruising on Lough Neagh and the River Bann, carrying up to 47 passengers.

Traverse Northern Ireland's Waterways by Boat

The River Bann is one of Ireland’s largest rivers and its name in Irish, an Bhanna, meaning ‘The Goddess’. A fitting name for the beautifully refurbed & comfortable 12-seater passenger boat which offers guided boat trips on the scenic stretches of the Lower River Bann and Lough Neagh.

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Discover Antrim Bay: Embark on a scenic boat trip across Lough Neagh

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Portglenone Forest and Beyond: Unforgettable boat trip experiences await

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From Lock to Lough: Immerse yourself in the beauty of Ireland’s waterways

Newferry to Church Island Lough Beg

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Evening Boat Trips: Portglenone to Lough Beg, ideal for groups & families

A relaxing Boat Trip on the River Bann from Portglenone to Lough Beg watching the sun setting behind Church Island and returning to Portglenone.

Private Tour

Through the Lock Gates & Lock to Lough Experience

Take time to enjoy our rich heritage, culture and wildlife with the Lock to Lough Experience.

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Boat Trips on the River Bann, Toome to Church Island aboard “The Goddess”

A passage to Lough Neagh & a gateway to the Glens.

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