#KillybegsP&O - Killybegs first visitor from P&O Cruises, the 30,000 tonnes Adonia set sail last night as a lone piper played on the pier to mark her departure.
Adonia had arrived in the port yesterday morning with about 700 passengers on board.
The master of the cruiseship, Captain David Box, called in at the Killybegs Information Centre and presented a commemorative plaque to Manager, Anne Dorrian, and the team.
For more on the debut call of the prestigious cruise operator, see yesterday's DonegalNow.com
Another P&O caller and the largest ever cruiseship due to Killybegs as Afloat previously reported is the 69,000 tonnes Oriana on 26 June.
The 1,800 passenger ship is one of a record breaking season of eight cruise callers this year to visit the north-west port.