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ALL Ferries Now Sailing - We are back on the water!

15 July

After a very different few months out there on the Fal River, we are delighted to now be back and sailing the seas on our beautiful wooden ferries and on some favourite of our routes!

In what is still a very different kind of summer we are delighted to be able to offer trips out on the river with nothing but the sea breeze and stunning scenery for company. 

So if you are looking for a round trip cruise, or transport to one of our desirable locations, look no further and book your ferry tickets online : https://www.falriver.co.uk/ferries

 

ST MAWES FERRY

Sailing between the idyllic village St Mawes and the bustling maritime port of Falmouth. Discounted tickets, timetables and safety advice is available on the website: https://www.falriver.co.uk/ferries

St Mawes offers a fascinating history and stunning location is one of Cornwall’s best kept secrets. Sitting in the shelter of St Mawes Castle, the small harbourside village enjoys a wide selection of waterfront cafes, bars, restaurants, ice cream shops and galleries; it’s an absolute must for anyone visiting Cornwall. Equally in Falmouth you can enjoy a vast and vibrant mix of charming boutiques, artisan food stores and galleries selling local craft & design.   Plan your visit and have a look on our website for lots of information and ideas about these great locations: 

https://www.falriver.co.uk/see-and-do

PLACE FERRY

Ferry service between St Mawes and Place Creek/St Anthony/South West Coast Path. This service is ever popular with walkers and beach-goers!  Discounted tickets, timetables and safety advice is available on the website: https://www.falriver.co.uk/ferries

The ferry not only makes up part of the South West Coast Path, but from Place Creek you can head out on a selection of achievable short walks and discover the Roseland Peninsula. With its white sandy beaches, St Anthony's lighthouse, defensive fortifications, church and spectacular walks, this inspiring peninsula is one of the most delightful Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the South West. It’s also ideal for dog walkers!

KING HARRY FERRY

Connecting St Mawes and the Roseland with Feock, Truro and Falmouth.The King Harry Ferry is now running on its summer timetable with sailings running until 22:00 and 22:10 respectively 7 days a week. Avoid miles of congested roads on our vehicle ferry 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. See timetable here: https://www.falriver.co.uk/ferries/king-harry-ferry/timetable

The King Harry Ferry is your gateway to the beautiful St Mawes and The Roseland, for top tips on the best beaches, attractions and food & drink to must do’s see our website:

https://www.falriver.co.uk/see-and-do

 

ENTERPRISE BOATS

Sailing between Falmouth - St Mawes - and National Trust Trelissick; home to stunning gardens, woodland walks and a welcoming country house. The Enterprise Boats service makes for a lovely round trip up the river and a chance to sit back, relax and take in the stunning scenery. Or if you are looking for the chance to jump off and stretch your legs with a visit to Trelissick you will need to pre-book your entry and can do so when you order your ferry tickets online. Timetable available on the website here: https://www.falriver.co.uk/ferries/enterprise-boats/timetable

MUSSEL CARD VISITOR

If one trip isn’t enough for you and you want a little more time to explore, then a Mussel Card Visitor is a great money saving purchase for you. This unlimited hop on hop off travel card allows you to explore the stretch of the Fal River aboard boats, buses and the Maritime Line train service. For more information visit our website: 

https://www.falriver.co.uk/fal-mussel-card/visitor

 

Your health & safety remains our highest priority. We ask that you follow our guidelines to help protect the wellbeing of your fellow passengers and our staff so please remember to visit our website for safety advice before travelling.

 

Thank you and we hope to see you out on the water soon!