Travel across the Sea of Moyle towards the island that sheltered Robert the Bruce in 1306.
Leave the gently bobbing rafts in Ballycastle, board the Rathlin ferry and begin the 6 mile journey across the choppy straits of Moyle. Drink in panoramic views of the north coast of Antrim from a passenger’s perspective. Watch as Fairhead fades into the distance and the sky fills with birds. With flocks of gulls in constant pursuit of the ferry you could mistake these Northern Ireland Tourist Board rushes for uncanny outtakes from Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’.