Crosshaven Traditional Sail Festival - Crosshaven, County Cork

Location: Crosshaven,County Cork

Time of Year: June

Contact Email: info@crosshaventradsail.com

Traditional boat Festival that takes place in June each year in the picturesque town of Crosshaven on the south coast of Ireland.Traditional Boat Festival for vintage boats of all types, shapes and sizes. Features a Parade of Sail on Sunday afternoon, children's crab-fishing and knot-tying competitions and a traditional market all-day Saturday. Come dressed as a Pirate or Wench for the Saturday night festivities in the local pubs and have a chance at winning the prize for the best-dressed. Loads of fun on the water and ashore. Heave -ho me hearties!!



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