Monthly Archives: July 2012

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Kuwait National Swimming Team Visit Dublin

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Laverty Coaches were delighted to provide coach transport for the Kuwait National Swimming Team on their recent visit to Ireland to participate in the Irish Open/Youth Championships July 2012 in the National Aquatic Centre, Dublin. Members of the team were using the championships as preparation for the forthcoming Olympic Games in London and a number of future Olympians were on show. The team got on really well in the championships and there were many impressive performances. See the following link for a report from day 4 of the championships

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Norwegian dance troupe Strilaringen and Norwegian Choir Albatross visit Fingal

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The Norwegian dance troupe Strilaringen and Norwegian Choir Albatross visited the Fingal area in Dublin last week and used Laverty Coaches from Rush to tour the region.  The visit included sight-seeing around Howth, Malahide, Balbriggan, Skerries, Rush and Lusk.  There was also a visit to the Hill of Tara, Monasterboise and Drogheda where the group performed outside St. Peter’s Church in the town.  There was a final celebratory performance  with local musicians and a meal in the Strand Bar, Rush.

Laverty Coaches wish the group well for the rest of the year.

See a video of the group performing in the Milbank Theatre, Rush at


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Japanese Tourists Visit Ireland

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June 2012

Forty five people from Japan availed of a recent Laverty Coaches assisted seven day tour around Ireland. Places visited include Belfast, Derry, Mayo, Galway, Clare and Dublin. Historic sites included the Giants Causeway and the Cliffs of Moher.  There were many great local guide assisted walks particularly around Belfast and Derry City, Ashford Catle and Ashford Abbey and Clonmacnoise.  We wish our Japanese tourists well on their journey onwards. If you have a group and are interested in a similar trip do give us a call!

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