Lough Neagh , Northern Ireland
This is the largest lake in Britain and Ireland and covers 153 square miles. Due to its similarity in shape to the Isle of Man legend has it that once , when enraged , the giant Finn MacCool scooped a huge lump of earth and threw it into the Irish Sea. The lough is famous for its eels , which are caught at the Toome fishery in its North West corner. The lough is navigable and it is possible to cruise from the Lower to the Upper River Bann at Portadown.
Lough Neagh is a must see on your tours of Ireland. Contact us now to organise your boat tour of the Lough.