Taking place on Inis Mór (population of around 800), kids, grannies, builders mixing cement, tractors, trad musicians and a lovely horse all travel by on floats with the Atlantic Ocean sparkling in the background.
And while some commenters on Facebook are understandably a bit bemused by the whole thing (and others scathing of the islands' effort), most agreed that the parade definitely has its own charm.
It's funny, surreal and a bit shoddy - which makes it a pretty fitting tribute to our nation and its patron saint.
And with a backdrop as stunning as that, we'd watch it all day long.
Drone footage of Cobh makes the town look very pretty