Saga Pearl II visits Carlingford Lough

The very first ocean going cruise liner berthed in Warrenpoint this morning (Sunday the 20th of July) just before 8.00am. Piloted up Carlingford Lough by Greencastle man Paul Cunningham the Saga Pearl II which departed Dover on the 7th July traveled from Iceland to Warrenpoint will depart at 5.00pm for its return to Dover.

On board is approximately 450-500 passengers who are currently spending the day enjoying the sights of the Mournes as well as a full day’s programme of entertainment in and around Warrenpoint.

The cruise liner has now left Carlingford Lough and is on its way back to Dover – the last few pictures show the pilot boat with the cruise liner.

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