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Jet Skiers are spoilt for choice in Northern Ireland. The north and east Coast beaches provide easy access for wave riding. Flat and expansive water is easily accessed via the numerous Public slipways on Lough Erne and Lough Neagh. Care should always be taken to adhere to speed limits and navigation restrictions.

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Antrim Lough Shore Park

Grid Reference: J135866

Antrim Lough Shore Park provides public slip way access to the North Eastern shores of Lough Neagh. A café and caravan site is open from Easter to October.

Benone Strand

Grid Reference: C717363

Benone Strand beach provides easy acess to the waters edge for an easy launch and recovery. The beach is free from rocks, shingle or seaweed. Benone Tourist Complex provides changing rooms and showers.


Grid Reference: H295375

Situated on the River Erne at the north end of Upper Lough Erne. Carrybridge has a public slipway and picnic area on one side of the river and a family run hotel on the other side. Although the river is narrow it is a popular venue for Jet Skiing.

Castle Archdale Country Park

Grid Reference: H173588

A public slipway and jetty provides easy launching onto Lower Lough Erne with a range of sheltered bays near by. A large car park provides ample room for trailer storage. The site has a campsite and caravan park with shops and play parks for children. Due to its popularity, Castle Archdale can become extremely busy during Peak Season.

Cranfield Beach

Grid Reference: J265108

This Blue Flag Beach at the mouth of Carlingford Lough offers on shore changing facilities, toilets and hot showers. Zoning is in place off the beach, a designated no hard hull area is indicated by a set of marked buoys.

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