If you're looking for something a bit out of the ordinary to feast your eyes on this weekend then you best head down towards the docks.
One of the world's largest tall ships, namely the Cuauhtémoc, has pitched itself up on Dublin's quays and the public are invited to check it out before it sets sail again on Monday.
Originating from Mexico, the ship is here as part of the country's Navy's 250-day training voyage of Northern Europe.
¡Bienvenido! The Majestic Mexican Tall Ship “Cuauhtémoc” arrived in Dublin this morning. 🇲🇽 For more information & visiting times, please click the following link: https://t.co/IB8KIgtuYE#dublinport #Cuauhtémoc #Ireland #Dublin pic.twitter.com/aW8NqJ2qJj
— Dublin Port Company (@DublinPortCo) September 5, 2019
Cuauhtémoc is currently moored at Sir John Rogerson's Quay, with visiting hours running from 11am to 8pm until Monday.
At a cost of absolutely nothing, it's a great opportunity to see something different and enthral some little ones that may be in your company.
(header pic: Dublin Port Company)