Let us take you on an adventure onboard the DEVA, out on the wild Atlantic to the Skellig Islands.
Ireland’s UNESCO World Heritage Site where history, archaeology, oceanic scenery, seabird colonies, seals, dolphins and whales offer a world beyond any world norm.
They are, as George Bernard Shaw once said, “the magic that takes you out, far out, of this time and this world”.
The Skellig Islands are found 8 miles out from Portmagee on Ireland’s south-west coast. Skellig Michael, also known as Sceilg Mhichíl, soars to a craggy peak of 217 metres above sea level.
It is home to both the remains of an Early Christian monastery and one of Ireland’s most scenic working lighthouses, each with its own fascinating history and folklore. Not to mention the hiding-place of Luke Skywalker!