A body has been recovered from the base of the Cliffs of Moher.
Members of the Garda Water Unit and Irish Coast Guard volunteers from Doolin mounted a second recovery operation early today.
The alarm was raised at lunchtime on Monday when the body of a woman was spotted beneath a viewing platform.
Garda divers swam ashore late on Monday night in effort to reach and recover the remains however this was abandoned as sea conditions deteriorated.
Gardaí and search teams visited the cliff top yesterday and later contacted the Garda Water Unit to request them to mount a further effort early today.
In a three hour operation this morning, garda divers swam ashore and recovered the body which was later removed to University Hospital Limerick for a postmortem examination.
The operation also involved the Shannon based search and rescue helicopter and local gardaí.
Gardaí are understood to have identified the woman and are treating her death as a personal tragedy.