QUEEN VICTORIA CRUISE SHIP SET TO LEAVE KILLYBEGS AT 6PM THIS EVENING- UPDATE
The queen Victoria cruise ship arrived into Killybegs Harbour Co.Donegal this morning at around 7:45am after setting sail from Scotland on Saturday afternoon.
Over 2000 Passengers and 1000 crew members are on bored the ship with this been the largest cruise ship and one of the biggest boats to sail into Killybegs ever. 700 of the passengers went of on tours around different parts of Donegal this morning and today with the rest staying around the town to enjoy some of the local events which have been organised and to enjoy the Irish culture.
There where many different nationalities on board the ship,
The Queen Victoria is set to set sail from Killybegs this evening (Sunday) at 6pm and will travel to Belfast next.
So if you are along the west and north coast of Donegal over this evening and tonight you may well see it pass of shore.
Another cruise ship is set to arrive in again tomorrow but not as big as todays visit of the queen Victoria. Tomorrow cruise ship will stay in Killybegs for several days.
There have been thousands of people also traveling to Killybegs today to catch a sight of this massive boat which has been a big boost to the area.
If you missed out today pencil July 20th in your dairy when the Queen Elizabeth cruise liner which is that bit bigger than the Victoria will also dock in the port at Killybegs.