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The Cruising Association of Ireland's Whistle Stop Cruise of the east coast of Ireland overnighted at Wicklow Harbour.
The association says the cruise has attracted a fleet of 23 boats since it commenced on Tuesday 22nd June.
The Cruising Association also intends to visit Arklow, Greystones, Skerries, Malahide and Dublin over the course of the six-day event.
Over 50 sailors are involved with 'enthusiastic cooperation from marinas and sailing clubs'.
On Saturday 27 June the cruise is headed for Dublin City. Dublin Port will open the Tom Clarke bridge and the fleet will berth at the long pontoon near the 3 Arena on the River Liffey.
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