Take a Duck Boat Tour Through Dublin, Ireland – Episode 218

Join Rick and John as they don their viking helmets and take to the streets on duck boat tour and explore Dublin, Ireland, yell at some Celts, and learn many of the legends of Dublin in this week’s episode of Travel with Rick!

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15 comments on “Take a Duck Boat Tour Through Dublin, Ireland – Episode 218
  1. Kate Jackson says:

    Hey Rick,
    A city where I would like to take a duck boat tour would be in Miami cause It would be neat to see the city that way. I have also been on a duck boat tour in Boston a few years ago and that was really neat because they let me drive the boat and I would definitely do it again.

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  2. David Thacker says:

    Goosebumps AWESOME!! 1, 2, 3, AAARRRHHHH!!! Answering the question it would have to be Dublin. We have a Duck Boat tour here in Georgia at Stone Mountain, but nothing like that. Try it if you come to Ga. River St. in Savannah should have one it a great place to tour with all the hauntings and history. Maybe I should start one. Haha

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  3. Brother Joseph Rock says:

    The only place I can think about would be in one of the Great Lakes to take a duck boat tour. I know that is not a city but I can not think of any place. Sorry.

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  4. john broadwater says:

    where I would love to take a duck boat tour would be New Orleans. it would be a lot of fun . Thanks for a great show see you next week

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  5. Megan says:

    Hey Rick awsome video! I have seen Duck boats before in different citys and now after watching your show I can’t wait to do a tour one day, it looks great! I’m currently in LA so I think it would be great to have a duck boat tour out here that could show the city and take you out to the beaches. Thank for a great show!

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  6. Peggy Hickey says:

    I’ve never been to Ireland, and I really should since I’m mostly Irish, but what a cool way to tour. A duck boat. Wow. I think it would be fun in just about any city, so I can;t really say where I would like to ride one. But it does look like fun. I thought for sure the driver would use the line “This is also my first time driving a duck boat. I sure hope it works” as you were going into the water.
    When I am ready for traveling I will be sure to give KingdomMagic a call. But until then keep those videos coming. 🙂

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  7. Jeanne Cundiff says:

    I am in for a Duck Boat tour of Boston!! I think that would be fantastic! I loved seeing the older, more historic part of Dublin. Someday I will see it in person but thanks for showing it to us now. Very interesting and educational. Can’t wait to see more! Aaarrrrr…
    Thanks again for another great video!
    Jeanne

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  8. Jeanne Cundiff says:

    P.S. Would love to have one of those helmets for Halloween this year!!!!

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  9. Gary Watson says:

    Hi Rick,
    another great video, love those duck boats (they are actually called DUKW).
    Would love a duck boat tour of Vancouver and finishing up at the docks to take a cruise on the Wonder – how magical that would be.

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  10. Bob Nordmark says:

    Hey Rick,
    A duckboat tour would be an interesting way to take a tour. I would want to do that some place with a warm climate. How about Orlando, Florida? Or somewhere in Florida where you could take an eco-tour and get up close to nature.
    Rick-if you ever make to it to Portland, Oregon in the summer time you will have to go on a Willamette Jet Boat ride. I guarantee you will get totally soaked and have a blast!
    See you next week.

    Bob

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  11. Martin says:

    Nice vid Rick, especialy the older parts of Dublin are nice. And then the question, where do i like to make a duck bus tour? That’s easy, how about the city of Amsterdam. Sure, there are canal boats, lots of ducks, and bus tours but als far als i know no duck boat tours.

    By the way, maybe we’ ll meet each other on october 12 in epcot.

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  12. Penny Serrato says:

    WOW so much history that he covered in such a short period of time. I found myself wanting to stop the vehicle so I could go in and look. This has to be on the top of my bucket list. I loved all the architecture and history. TFS
    Penny

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  13. Sara says:

    I first saw a Duck Boat when I lived in Seattle. I never went on it. But it looked fun. I always love the videos. Thanks again for the backpack. I plan on using it for my next trip to WDW and will use it as a Trick or Trick bag at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.

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  14. chris j says:

    hey rick another great video, I am from boston and did take the touristy duck boat just to say I did, and it is fun and a great way to learn a little bit about the history of boston and see the city, if I could take a duck boat tour of any city it would be oslo. see you next week.

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  15. Amanda Campbell says:

    Loving the Ireland videos. Can’t wait til next week’s! After seeing the duck boat tour, I’ll definitely have to do this someday. Maybe we’ll make a special trip to Baltimore to ride the Ducks.

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