Ferry, bus and train times for the day as well as events, tides and weather.Today's travel information...
Today's Ferry StatusRSS
On 11:35am Thursday / 5 December 2013
Delays / Disruption
Not Running : Place Ferry
Closed for winter. Back sailing in Spring 2014.Timetable
Not Running : Falmouth Park & Ride/Float
Now closed. Back in early May 2014Timetable
Not Running : Enterprise Boats
Closed for Winter. Sailing again in Spring 2014.Timetable
Running : Flushing Ferry
Running to timetable.Timetable
Running : Falmouth Water Taxi
Running on demandTimetable
Running : Helford Ferry
Running on demand.Timetable
Running : St Mawes Water Taxi
Winter season trips now availableTimetable
The Fal River boast some of the best boat trips in Cornwall and travelling by boat is one of the best ways to enjoy the unique waterways of the Fal River and the Carrick Roads.
You can enjoy the harbours of Falmouth and St Mawes, the tranquil waters of the Fal River and even the lush banks of the Helford River from the comfort of traditional and modern boats.
A journey on the St Mawes Ferry takes you across Falmouth harbour, the third deepest natural harbour in the world, to the idyllic fishing village of St Mawes with its own stunning harbour.
A trip on the St Mawes Ferry takes in Pendennis and St Mawes Castle as well as the wonderful views of the water...and there’s always plenty of wildlife to see so keep your eyes peeled for seals on Black Rock or that elusive pod of dolphins.
Then there’s one of the top ten ferry journey’s in the world...
The King Harry Ferry provides a vital link between Falmouth, Truro and the Roseland Peninsula. So let the chains take the strain while you enjoy this remarkable crossing of the Fal River.
Don’t forget to grab your Fal Mussel Card to enjoy all the benefits of the ferries at hugely discounted prices.