Dingle Sea Safari more than doubles profits despite pandemic and Fungie disappearance
The tourism company has outperformed expectations amid a surge in demand among Irish domestic tourists
Dingle Sea Safari, a boat company which provides tours of the harbour in the Co Kerry tourist town, has recorded a 127 per cent profit increase despite the pandemic and the disappearance of Fungie, the iconic dolphin.
The business, owned by Jimmy Flannery, the well-known local boatman and co-founder of the Dingle Boatmen’s Association, reported €127,716 in profit last year, up from €56,120 the year before.
The strong performance, reported in the year ended...
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