Hovercrafting at Foylehov Northern Ireland – watch how it’s done!

Hovercrafting - picking up speed
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Ever wanted to try hovercrafting and get to fly in the air?  Well, take a look at how it’s done!

Hairpins and bends

You can Experience the thrill of gliding over land and water on a cushion of air at 40mph.  Done on the purpose built grass track with abundant water hazards and tricky hairpins and bends.

This ‘flying’ vehicle has been described as an exhilarating activity.  And it requires a skill of confidence, balance and a lot of guts!!

Ireland’s first

Hovercrafting centre is situated on the shores of Lough Foyle.  It is under the awe inspiring back drop of Binevenagh Mountain. A recently designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Carrowmena Farm is home to Ireland’s first purpose built hovercrafting track.

What a bouncing experience. Don’t hesitate to give it a try.  Watch the video to view how a hovercraft works.  Also the great fun it gives

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