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Circumnavigation of Ireland

May 4 – 14, 2012 aboard the Clipper Adventurer

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oin us on our inaugural circumnavigation of the Emerald Isle! Ireland is one of the world’s most beautiful countries. Our journey will be filled with wild bluff coastlines, rain-laden loughs, inspiring homegrown talent for conversation and, of course, a pint or two of Guinness against the backdrop of irrepressible Irish music.

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Ireland has a lot packed into a very small place. We’ll set out to explore castles, archaeological ruins, and picturesque communities. Along the way, we’ll be inspired by the profuse bird life, dramatic terrain and warm-spirited people. Both in the field and during our onboard lecture series, we will learn about Ireland’s rich pre-history, literary tradition, Celtic heritage, and the influence of the Viking, Anglo-Norman and Georgian chapters. Our own interests in history, music and island life will be most evident. Ireland has some of our favourite islands – the Skelligs, Aran Isles, the fantastic Gardens on Garnish and Tory Island - where our old friend and acclaimed King – Patsy Dan Rodgers, heads up an artist’s colony, plays the accordion and coaches their soccer team (yes we lose here too!) Our top notch resource team will cover history, archeology, bird and marine life, culture, music and will offer insight and enlightenment both afloat and ashore as we conduct our circumnavigation of Ireland aboard one of our favourite vessels – the 118 passenger Clipper Adventurer. The Canadian Geographic Photo club is a proud sponsor of this voyage, and we’ll offer hands-on photo instruction on the ship and in the field for those who are interested. May is an ideal time for exploring Ireland. Nesting birds will be in abundance along with spring wildflowers and kind temperatures. We do hope you can join us. Matthew Swan President, Adventure Canada Adventure
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Our Intended Itinerary
Day Two: Cobh, Cork, Blarney and Kinsale Day Three: Clear Island and Garnish Gardens Day Four: Ring of Kerry - Cahersiveen to Kenmare

Day One: Glendalough, Rock of Cashel and Waterford

Day Five: Skellig Islands, Dingle and Great Blasket Island Day Six: The Cliffs of Moher and The Burren Day Seven: The Aran Isles Day Eight: Inishbofin and Westport Day Nine: Tory Island and County Donegal

Day Ten: The Giants Causeway and Rathlin Island
Day Eleven: Newgrange to Dublin

Day One: Glenadough, Rock of Cashel and Waterford
We will meet at the Fitzwilliam Hotel for a 08:30 departure from Dublin. Our first stop is considered one of the most important early monastic Christian sites in Ireland. The Glenadough Monastery dates from the 6th century - our visit includes the Round Tower, the Cathedral and St. Kevin's Church, known as the “kitchen.” Outstanding woodland and lakeside walks make this a 5 star attraction. The Rock of Cashel is home to one of the most remarkable collections of Celtic art & medieval architecture found anywhere in the world. “The Rock," also known as Cashel of the Kings is huge, complex and iconic, unlike anywhere else in the world at the heart of County Tipperary. Most of the buildings on the current site date from the 12th and 13th centuries when the rock was gifted to the Church. We embark the Clipper Adventurer in the afternoon in Waterford, Ireland's fifth largest city (50,000) which was established by Viking raiders in 853 and is now known for it’s elegant crystal and Reginald's Tower, the oldest urban civic building in the country. Travel by Coach Dublin to Waterford to embark Clipper Adventurer.

Nearby, we continue on to Blarney Castle, home of the famous stone. Kiss it, you’ll be Irish forever. We finish the day with a visit to the seaside fishing village of Kinsale, with imposing Fort Charles at the mouth of the harbor, here we’ll have a chance for some shopping and a visit to one of the waterside cafes. Travel by Coach outside of Cobh.

Day Three: Clear Island and Garnish Gardens
Early in the morning, we’ll find ourselves at one of Ireland’s top birding sites, Clear Island, home to an abundance of Shearwaters, Auks and Great Skuas. In addition to the multitude of sea and shore birds, the island also has approximately 100 residents. In the afternoon we’ll visit Ilnacullin, the garden island of Garnish, one of Ireland’s top gardens with stunning plant collections, including the walled garden, and promises beautiful views of the bay and its harbour seals who will be watching our comings and goings. Conditions permitting we visit both Clear Island and the Garnish Gardens by Zodiac.

Day Two: Cobh, Cork, Blarney and Kinsale
Cork is Ireland’s second city, with its fabulous gardens, and is home of the English Market. From here we will visit Cobh, the last port of call for the Titanic and a major player in the emigration story to the New World.

Day Four: Ring of Kerry - Cahersiveen to Kenmare
Today we experience the classic west of Ireland in County Kerry. Highlights often make the top lists of what to do and see in Ireland,

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including the great beaches of Waterville, the sublime stone fort at Cahergal, and postcard-pretty Valentia Island, the birthplace of Daniel O’Connell (Carhen), one of the key campaigners for Irish Emancipation. We begin in Cahersiveen, travelling round to Kenmare by coach.

Ireland. The Burren is rich with historical and archaeological sites including more than 90 megalithic tombs in the area, portal dolmens (including Poulnabrone dolmen), a celtic high cross in the village of Kilfenora, and a number of ring forts. The region also has a long history of traditional Irish music. It is particularly known for the "West Clare Style" of concertina playing and the music festival in Doolin. We approach the Cliffs of Moher on Clipper Adventurer and travel by coach on The Burren.

Day Five: Skellig Islands, Dingle and Great Blasket Island
The Skellig islands shoot up like two black pyramids, circled by thriving gannet and puffin populations. These islands are the blueprint for all magic mystical islands, the place you would imagine home for pirates, but in fact was a monastic outpost of the Early Christian period and is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The archaeological value of the islands is rich as it is well-preserved, with beehive shaped meditation cloisters perched on top. Little Skellig holds Ireland's largest and the world's second-largest Northern Gannet colony, with almost 30,000 pairs. Many other seabirds and rich marine life are spotted in this area. The Dingle Peninsula is 16 kms wide and runs 64 kms from Tralee to Slea Head, with sheep outnumbering the residents at rate to 50 to 1. The peninsula is an open-air museum, littered with monuments reminding visitors that the town has been the choice of Bronze Age settlers, Dark Age monks, English landlords, and Hollywood directors ("Ryan's Daughter," and "Far and Away"). Highlights include the Gallaras Oratory, circa A.D. 800, one of Ireland's best-preserved early Christian churches. Great Blasket Island lies approximately 2 km from the mainland at Dunmore Head, and was inhabited until 1953, when it formed the most westerly settlement in Ireland. It was the home of three noted Irish writers: Tomás Ó Criomhthain, Peig Sayers and Muiris Ó Súilleabháin. We explore Dingle town on foot and travel by coach west of Dingle. Conditions permitting we zodiac to the Skelligs and Great Blasket Island or cruise by on Clipper Adventurer.

Day Seven: The Aran Isles
The Aran Islands are a group of three islands located at the mouth of Galway Bay, on the west coast of Ireland. The mild climate supports one of the longest growing seasons in Ireland and facilities the growth of a wide variety of arctic, Mediterranean and alpine plants side by side. Our visit in corresponds with the area’s sunniest time, the best time to view flowers, with gentians and avens peaking followed by orchid species. In part due to their isolation, the Aran Isles remain a stronghold of the Gaeltacht, which gives full official status to the Irish language as the medium of all official services including education. On the cliff top, we’ll find Dun Aengus, an Iron Age fort, sitting 110m (330 ft.) above the Atlantic. Upon arrival to the Aran Isles we walk up to Dun Aengus on Inishmor and have an evening cultural visit to Inisheer.

Day Eight: Inishbofin and Westport
Inishbofin (derived from the Irish Inis Bó Finne meaning Island of the White Cow) is popular with artists & has been occupied continuously since the Bronze Age. Inishbofin is also home to Dún Gráinne, the remains of a fort used by the legendary Gráinne O'Malley, Ireland's pirate queen, who held sway in local waters and once had an audience with Queen Elizabeth I. One aspect of the island - it has no trees or forests whatsoever. Any wood was cut down and used as heating fuel. Because of the saltenriched air, trees were never able to re-establish themselves. Instead, a popular fuel on the island is peat turf. Cut from peat bogs, the turf is dried and makes a pleasant-smelling fire. We explore on foot on short, medium and long walks. Westport is an attractive county town with tree-lined promenades and several stone bridges over the river Carrow Beg. The holy mountain Croagh Patrick presents a striking backdrop to the town. Westport is considered one of the liveliest and most charming towns in the West of Ireland with fine pubs, restaurants, shops, sea angling, and the blue flag beaches in Clew Bay. Matt Molloy’s is located on one of the main streets of Westport, County Mayo, and has reputation as being one of the best pubs in the area to enjoy a pint of Guinness and listen to excellent live music from new and established local acts. Matt (flute player for The Chieftains,

Day Six: Cliffs of Moher and The Burren
The Cliffs of Moher take their name from an old fort that once stood on Hag's Head, and consist mainly of beds of Namurian shale and sandstone. Here we will find an estimated 30,000 birds, representing more than 20 species. These include Atlantic Puffins, which live in large colonies at isolated parts of the cliffs and on the small Goat Island. Also present are hawks, gulls, guillemots, shags, ravens and choughs. The cliffs reach their maximum height of 214 meters just north of O'Brien's Tower and rank as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland, drawing almost one million visitors annually. We will avoid the crowds by viewing the Cliffs from the sea. The Burren, from the Irish: Boireann, meaning "great rock", is one of the largest karst landscapes in Europe. The region measures approximately 250 sq. kms and is one of only six National Parks in

Ireland’s premier traditional band), is usually in attendance when Adventure Canada calls. We travel to and from Westport and our landing spot in Clew Bay by coach with free time in Westport and a concert at Molloy’s.

Day Eleven: Newgrange to Dublin
Newgrange is a prehistoric monument located in County Meath, on the eastern side of Ireland, about one kilometre north of the River Boyne and is part of the Brú na Bóinne UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built around 3200 BC, during the Neolithic period, making it older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids of Giza. There is no agreement about what the site was used for, but it has been speculated that it had some form of religious significance because it is aligned with the rising sun on the winter solstice, which floods the stone room with light. We disembark Clipper Adventurer at the Port of Drogheda and travel to Newgrange and on to Dublin by coach, arriving at the Fitzwilliam Hotel at approximately 5pm.

Day Nine: Tory Island and County Donegal
Toraigh (Tory Island) is an inhabited (pop. 96) island 5 km long and 1 km wide lying 14.5 km off the northwest coast of County Donegal, Ireland. The main spoken language on the island is Gaelic, but English is also understood. Since the 1950s, the island has been home to a small community of artists, and has its own art gallery. Reflecting a long-standing tradition, a "King" is chosen by consensus of the islanders. This is a unique tradition that does not exist anywhere else in Ireland. The current King of Tory is painter Patsy Dan Rodgers. The king has no formal powers; though duties include being a spokesperson for the island community and welcoming people to the island, which Patsy Dan has done for Adventure Canada since our first visit in 1995. Tory has a number of historical and mythological sites including Balor’s Fort, the Wishing Stone, the Bell Tower and the 12th C Tau Cross (T-shaped cross) one of only two in Ireland. The island is a breeding site for Corn Crakes, a globally threatened species whose numbers have fallen with the intensification of agriculture. In 2007 Tory Island recorded 18 calling males; down from a recent years maximum of 34 calling males in 2003. We explore Tory on foot, try our hand (once again) against the local football team and have a celidih dance in the local hall.

More Dublin, Please

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Day Ten: The Giants Causeway and Rathlin Island
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Causeway, consists of an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption 50 to 60 million years ago. The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea. Most of the columns are hexagonal, although there are also some with four, five, seven and eight sides. The tallest are about 12m (36 ft) high, and the solidified lava in the cliffs is 28m (90 ft) thick in places. Rathlin Island is is home to tens of thousands of seabirds, including Kittiwakes, Puffins and Razorbills - about 30 bird families in total and has been designated a Special Area of Conservation in Northern Ireland. It is a popular place for birdwatchers, with a Royal Society for the Protection of Birds nature reserve offering spectacular views of Rathlin's bird colony which inhabit the island’s 70m (230 ft) tall cliffs. More recently, Richard Branson crashed his hot air balloon into the sea off Rathlin Island in 1987 after his record-breaking cross-Atlantic flight from Maine. Conditions permitting we will explore the base of the bird cliffs by zodiac.

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f you wish to come in to Dublin a bit early to enjoy the sights of one Europe’s great cities, you may wish to consider our “More Dublin Please” option, May 3 – 4, 2012. Our program will begin at 8:00 am May 3, 2012 and finish when you think it’s time to go back to your hotel after the evening Literary Pub Crawl. Our extra time will take in some of the city’s most memorable attractions, including Trinity College, the Guiness Storehouse and Georgian Dublin. We’ll end the evening with a literary pub crawl, In the style of Leoopold Bloom, through the streets of Dublin, taking in the sights, the smells, the sounds and the scenes. A team of rambling players and minstrels will complete the experience, giving renditions of verse, prose, drama and song from the literary hall of fame…who knows - some of the genius may rub off. Call us for details!

Ireland Circumnavigation Staff
Stephen is an Environmental Scientist currently working with BirdWatch Ireland. He has been watching birds in Ireland for the last 10 years and has been leading field trips and giving presentations to the local BirdWatch Ireland for the last five. This has included leading Irish birding groups in Ireland, Poland and Spain. Besides birds, he also participates in Cetecean surveys for the Irish Whale and Dolphin group, as well as recording moths and butterflies in County Dublin.

More staff members and extended biographies can be found on www.adventurecanada.com Cassandra Hannas Historian

Stephen McAvoy Environmental Scientist

Micheal O hAlmhain (pronounced - “mee-hauloh-haul-oon”), is a highly respected master of Irish music and culture. Although originally from Dublin, he married a lady from Inis Oirr (smallest of the three Aran Isles), and now lives permanently on the island with his family. Founder of “Craiceann” an annual summer instructional music festival that features the bodhran, but encompasses much more. He is an expert player and teacher of many instruments including whistle, uileann pipes, flute, bodhran and concertina. He has been part of many bands, most notably “Ceoltoiri Laighin” and “The Chieftains”, and still makes guest appearances at Irish music events around the world.

Micheal O hAlmhain Musician

As a tenured professor at Middlebury College in Vermont, Cassandra Potts Hannahs taught Viking, Celtic, and early Church history, as well as more general courses on medieval and early modern Europe. A chance encounter introduced her to the pleasure of teaching on locale, and for over a decade now she has led and lectured for a wide array of educational tours on land and sea, most often in Ireland, the British Isles and France. With a Ph.D. In medieval history, numerous publications, ongoing research and years of experience sharing her knowledge and love of Irish history with students and fellow travelers, Cassandra looks forward to joining the Adventure Canada team in Ireland.

Daniel Obediah Payne is a vocalist and multiinstrumentalist from Cow Head on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador. He has been visiting Ireland since his teens, exploring the cultural connections between Ireland and his home. Daniel works extensively in Newfoundland and Labrador, and has toured Canada, Greenland, Australia, Japan, Europe, Ireland, the US and the UK. A wearer of many hats, he has also worked as a composer, musical director, producer, and actor in both theatre and film. He’s incredibly excited to be travelling this beautiful country by water and is anticipating some great music.

Daniel Payne Musician

Captain Alfred (Fred) S. McLaren, U.S. Navy (Ret.), is a world-class explorer and veteran of more than 20 Cold War submarine operations. With his family roots in Ireland, Capt. McLaren, over the course of his studies took a keen interest in Irish insurgencies and efforts over many centuries to regain independence from Great Britain. Fred is a former member of Ancient Order of the Hiberians and has travelled extensively through Ireland lecturing on many Irish ports and historical sites throughout Eire.

Alfred MacLaren Polar Explorer

With an eye on the future, Matthew Swan’s parents emigrated from Scotland to Canada in 1959 and to their son’s good fortune they decided to bring Matthew with them. That beginning in the Celtic parts of western Europe have stayed with him and it is no co-incidence Adventure Canada has been operating trips to Ireland and Scotland for the past 17 years. Having grown up in a household with the smell of warm scones in the oven and Highland tea towels in the kitchen, Matthew has seen both sides of that world and considers himself very lucky to be returning to Ireland again. Slange Var and let’s go exploring!

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Ian Tamblyn’s quest of Ireland began while leaning over the iron railing on the banks of the River Liffey after a consumptive tour of the Guinness Brewery, Dublin , 1968. Since that time Ian has taken a keen interest in Irish music and literature, particularly the great wave of Irish music that has come to be known as the Celtic Wave and the rebirth of the great Irish musical tradition. Since 1968 Ian has visited Ireland ten times with Adventure Canada and other companies and his visited most of the destinations on this expedition. He has also written several songs about his visits to the island.

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Ian Tamblyn Musician / Assistant Expedition Leader

Mick is an Irish professional landscape photographer. For over fifteen years he has been capturing “arresting” moments of life in natural light. From the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, the High Pyrenees and the four corners of Ireland his solo photographic exhibitions have garnered great praise at home and abroad. His photographic eye, crafted over time is celebrated in his book Illuminations. He has made his mark in various other fields too: an award winning tour guide, who has worked for over fifteen years in the wilder and more rugged parts of Ireland, a professional musician and composer. Mick is looking forward to bringing you to places of great and touching beauty on this trip.

Mick Langan Photographer

The Clipper Adventurer

Ireland Circumnavigation 2012
The 118-passenger Clipper Adventurer, is among the very few vessels in the world specifically constructed for expedition voyages to the far reaches of remote lands. She has advanced communications and navigation equipment, and newly installed, state-of-the-art Sperry Gyrofin stabilizers. With extensive renovations, the Clipper Adventurer is a handsome expedition vessel, done in the style of great ocean liners. With lots of varnished wood, brass, and wooden decks, the ship has all new outside cabins, with private showers & facilities. You will enjoy relaxing in the Main Lounge, Clipper Club, library/card room, keeping trim in the gymnasium, or picking up souvenirs in the gift shop. Meals include International and Continental cuisine. The ship has a fleet of 10 Zodiacs and a special loading platform. An ice class rating of A-1 allows the Clipper Adventurer to go to places that larger cruise ships can only dream of, and she does it in comfort and style unsurpassed by other vessels her size.
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Quad Lower Forward, 2 upper 2 lower berths, porthole window. Triple Lower Deck, 1 upper 2 lower berths, porthole window. Junior Double, two lower berths, porthole window Double, two lower berths, midship, porthole window. Main Double, two lower berths, porthole window. Deluxe Double, two lower berths, midship, porthole window. Superior Double, two lower berths, picture window. Junior Suite, two lower berths, sitting area, picture window. Suite, two lower berths, sitting area, picture window. Owner’s Suite, two lower berths, shower & bathtub, picture window.

May 4 – 14, 2012

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