Wexford Maritime Festival
Where: Wexford Quay Front, Co. Wexford
When: 30th June – 2nd July
Ireland’s Maritime Gateway
Explore the Ireland’s Ancient East’s Maritime Gateway at the Wexford Maritime Festival. The annual festival celebrates Wexford’s long and rich seafaring history from the Vikings to Commodore John Barry, Father of the American Navy.
The festival takes place on the Quays in Wexford with an impressive lineup of maritime activities, children’s events and entertainment and food, including watersports, raft races, aerobatic displays, model village, live music, BBQ Bash and so much more.
For the foodies the Feast of Wexford food village will showcase the best of Wexford’s local artisan food award winning cheddar cheese to famous strawberries to fresh seafood.
Visit the Search and Rescue Village to witness the Irish spirit of volunteering and charity with its stories of real life heros. Meet the crews of the RNLI, Irish Coast Guard, Air Corps, Irish Army, HSE, Civil Defence, Irish Water Safety, Wexford MarineWatch
Where exactly is the Wexford Maritime Festival?
And the best advice we can share with you…
- Indulge yourself on the best food Wexford has to offer
- Meet a real life hero and shake the hands of the brave men and women of the RNLI
- Make sure to visit the statue of John Barry overlooking Crescent Quay
To find out more visit their official site here