King Harry Ferry

The magical crossing of the Fal River running every 20 minutes.

Let the chains take the strain!

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King Harry Ferry

The King Harry Ferry connects St Mawes and the Roseland with Feock, Truro and Falmouth and is an iconic part of Cornwall’s history.

 

Route :: Feock - Philleigh
Runs :: 7 Days a week all year round
Info & Bookings :: 01872 862312
Sailing Time :: 10 mins
Distance :: 300m

Established in 1888, it connects St Mawes and the Roseland Peninsula with Feock, Truro and Falmouth by avoiding the alternative 27 mile route through Truro & Tresillian.

Each year the King Harry Ferry saves 5 million car miles, 1.7 million kg of CO2 and ¾ of a million litres of fuel. It carries 300,000 cars every single year.

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One of only five chain ferries in England, it departs every 20 minutes from each side, 7 days a week and the ferry is a key transport link for visitors and locals alike.

The King Harry Ferry offers its passengers the chance to avoid miles of congested roads and once aboard you can get out and enjoy the slow river crossing which takes in one of Cornwall’s deepest and most beautiful rivers – the Fal River.

The new ferry with its glass side, chain viewing windows and touch screen information display is combining state of the art technology with a traditional friendly service.

King Harry Ferry News

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King Harry Ferry closed for maintenance

King Harry Ferry closed for maintenance

24 — 25 November

The King Harry Ferry will be closed for essential maintenance on Monday 24th & Tuesday 25th November 2014.

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Late Night Shopping Sailings on The King Harry Ferry

Late Night Shopping Sailings on The King Harry Ferry

From 21 November

The King Harry Ferry will be running late sailings on Wednesday 3rd and 10th December 2014 for Truro late night shopping.

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Any Resemblance? Crossing

Any Resemblance? Crossing

From 21 November

A short documentary about the King Harry Ferry and Brittany Ferries.

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