Dingle Regatta - Dingle, County Kerry

Location: Dingle,County Kerry

Time of Year: August

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This is an annual celebration of the skill and expertise of the boat men & women from Chorca Dhuibhne operating the Four-Hand Namhóg in Dingle Harbour. Watching them navigate their way around the harbour in their highly competitive races is very exciting and the atmosphere is always fantastic when boats clash and water splashes! Competitors from West Kerry are joined by crews from Maherees, Brandon, and as far away as Donegal and Clare to this annual event.



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Garveys Holiday Cottage, Holiday Home

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Season: All Year    Occupancy: Self Catering

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