People often ask us what does the boats name mean? It is pronounced “D oar ah – Day”. It is Irish (Gaelic), it translates to both “Tears of God” or “God’s Tears”. Deora Dé is the old Irish name for the Fuchsia plant.
Deora Dé is fully licensed to carry up-to 12 passengers and 2 crew by the Department of Transport marine survey office. She has been granted a maximum “P5” passenger boat license ( D.O.T P5 license No – 147 ) her current plying limits are within a 30 nautical mile radius of Cork Harbour, Ballycotton, and Kinsale. That covers undoubtedly some of the very best fishing grounds in Europe!