Originally Posted by Cetus
Sorry, that was a typo. Actual wave height at Irish West Coast Buoy today was 13.1 m at 09:00!
That's not particularly unusual out there - it won't be as bad in summer. However, the prevailing winds blow onto our unprotected western shore and the tides are strong. 3 meter swells are the norm.
Expect rough seas for large parts of the trip