The spectacular Red Arrows are returning to Falmouth again for 2014 as part of Falmouth Week and we're offering you the chance to see them from the best seat in the house (well, the harbour really!).
The Red Arrows will fly over the historic maritime port of Falmouth at 6:15pm on Wednesday, August 13.
Traditionally, the event is one of the busiest in the Falmouth Week programme with thousands of people lining the streets of the town to get the best vantage point.
To beat the crowds, we're offering you the chance to join us on board our classic wooden ferries 'Moyana' and the "Queen of Falmouth'.
The boats will depart Falmouth's Prince of Wales Pier at 5:45pm. There will be a short cruise around the world's third deepest natural harbour before the boat stops in the harbour at 6:15pm to watch the Red Arrows fly-by and then the skipper will take you on an extended cruise around the harbour.
Tickets for the cruise are £10.00 for adults (16+) and £6 for children (0-16). Capacity is limited so please book quickly to avoid disappointment.
You can also pick up tickets at the Fal River Visitor Information Centre in Falmouth (TR11 3DF).
The boat will leave at 5:45pm prompt so please be at the pier at least 10 minutes beforehand.
After the display the boat will take you on a cruise around the harbour and return to the pier and arrive back at 7:30pm. Parking is available at the Falmouth Park & Float / Ride site.
If you have any questions please call 01326 741 194 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: refunds will not be given if the Red Arrows do not fly. You will still have a harbour cruise.