Nevsail Watersports and Rock Climbing

Nevsail Watersports and Rock Climbing

Operating since 2004 in Kilkee, County Clare, Nevsail Watersports and Rock Climbing provides courses, lessons, trips and tours for surfing, stand up paddle boarding, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, coasteering, rock climbing and archery. Situated on the beach front next to the Life Guard, Nevsail accommodates all ages from Beginners to Advanced.

All instructors are fully qualified ISA (Irish Sailing Association) and ICU (Irish Canoe Union) instructors which guarantees you a high standard of tuition and safety – and all are eager to share their knowledge and skills with you.

Nevsail provides Easter and Summer watersports camps for kids aged 6 – 16 in the morning (10 am – 1 pm) and in the afternoon (2 pm – 5 pm) Monday to Friday. Here, kids can try activities like kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, sailing, raft building, orienteering, surfing, boogy boarding, and plenty of team challenge games. All the students are provided with wetsuits and life jackets and are always accompanied by a fully qualified instructor. Team Building and Group Outings are also catered for and a specific programme is planned to suit your group needs.

These programmes are ideal for: youth and community groups, sports societies, stag/hen parties, birthdays, school tours, familiy outings and corporate groups.


Nevsail also offers rentals on the beach – should you wish to rent equipment for an hour or so. Once again, safety cover is provided as well as tuition and a safety talk before entering the water.

For answers to any queries please contact 086 3308236 or email: Or visit


  • Beach Front
  • Cater for Groups
  • Changing Facilities
  • Fantastic Adventure Experiences
  • Great Location


82.7 km from the Cliffs of Moher
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Nevsail Watersports and Rock Climbing
Kilkee Promenade
Co. Clare
V15 RH97

One of Ireland’s most famous sights, the Cliffs of Moher are entirely vertical and the cliff edge is abrupt. On a clear day the views are tremendous, with the Aran Islands etched on the waters of Galway Bay. From the cliff edge you can just hear the booming far below as the waves crash and gnaw at the soft shale and sandstone.

With a due-west exposure, sunset is the best time to visit.

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