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For a public, corporate or private event why not choose a trip aboard the Maid of Antrim, where you can experience a leisurely cruise upon the largest fresh water lake in the British Isles.

The Maid of Antrim can be chartered to explore the Lough with visits to Ram‘s Island, Coney Island, the Lough Neagh Discovery Centre at Kinnego, the Holy Well at Cranfield, the Old Cross at Ardboe, the old harbour at The Battery or the 38 miles of the Lower Bann – the choice is yours.

There are two covered cabins and two open viewing areas on the lower level and a fully seated open upper deck. The main cabin has on board toilets, a fully licensed bar and a small galley. Refreshments can be purchased or a hot buffet arranged if desired.

Lough Neagh is set in a region of vast natural beauty and culture. Covering an area of 148 square miles, with a shore line that runs for almost 100 miles, the location is characterised by it's serenity in an environment of relatively unspoilt natural countryside.

Famous for its eels and pollan, fishing is still a major base industry on Lough Neagh and many a vessel can be seen at work whilst cruising on the Maid. Lough Neagh is steeped in folklore and a history that is brought to life by the commentary given by the Captain on board.

The Maid of Antrim is registered to carry 101 passengers plus crew. There are both male and female toilets in the heated main cabin, there is a galley on board which by prior arrangment can offer Tea, Coffee and sandwiches or a hot buffet which can be served during the voyage. There is a fully licenced bar on board, there is covered seated accomodation inside for 65 passengers and the top deck is open and fully seated. The Maid of Antrim welcomes passengers of all ages. We are proud to be part of our heritage serving the local community and visiters alike.