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Launch of the new season

26 March

We look forward to welcoming you to a busy season of adventure!

We're incredibly excited about the launch of our new season. From Friday, March 29th, our ferries will be moving to their Spring timetables, which means more opportunities to explore this wonderful Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The coastal town of Falmouth lives and breathes the sea. As the world's third largest natural deep-water harbour, it's clear why it's a hub for marine activity. 

Plan your dream day out...

St Mawes Ferry

Visit St Mawes & Falmouth

The St Mawes Ferry operates seven days a week and leaves from The Prince of Wales Pier and Custom House Quay in Falmouth.

With two sailings an hour over to St Mawes, you'll have ample time to immerse yourself in the beauty and uniqueness of this charming old-world fishing harbour. Its mild climate, rich history, and breathtaking location are bound to captivate you.

While there, walk up to St Mawes Castle for breathtaking views, indulge in some fine food at excellent restaurants, or have a crisp, chilled tipple or two as you watch the world go by. Art lovers and the curious can be inspired by the terrific, welcoming art galleries or spend the day exploring nearby creeks in a kayak, skimming stones on the beaches, or taking a refreshing dip in the clear blue sea.

Check our website for inspiration on things to See &DoPlaces to Stay or the latest offers in St Mawes and Falmouth.

  Check the timetable

Book your tickets online here

Enterprise Boats

Falmouth - Malpas via Trelissick

This ever-popular service operates Monday through Saturday in Spring and departs three times a day. It takes you along the beautiful banks of the Fal River and connects you to the stunning National Trust Gardens, Trelissick and the sleepy riverside village of Malpas.

This scenic river trip, sailing through an area of outstanding natural beauty, is one of the most beautiful in the world. Passing Tudor castles, deep-sided wooded valleys, historic houses, and abundant marine activity, it is perfect for enjoying the best bits of the Fal River.

Hop off at National Trust Trelissick and explore the tranquil riverside garden and house boasting acres of woodland and a superb collection of exotic plants. Visit the gallery, cafe, gift shop, beach and Woodland Walk before boarding for your return.

Alternatively, disembark at Malpas for lunch at the local pub or deli and soak up the spectacular views, or head off on one of the achievable walks to Truro and Tresillian.

  Check the timetable

  Book your tickets online here

King Harry Ferry

Connecting St Mawes and the Roseland with Feock, Truro and Falmouth


Operating seven days a week all year round and departing every twenty minutes from each side, the King Harry Ferry allows passengers to avoid miles of congested roads. It connects St Mawes and the Roseland Peninsula with Feock, Truro and Falmouth.

Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Roseland peninsula, one of Cornwall's most unspoiled areas. This stunning landscape is characterized by rugged cliffs, sheltered creeks, ancient woodlands, and pristine beaches. 

The Roseland is a haven for nature lovers, offering an abundance of wildlife, from coastal birds and butterflies to seals and dolphins. It's perfect for quiet contemplation, leisurely walks, or even a picnic with your loved ones. The beaches here are dog-friendly year-round, so you can take your furry friends for a run or a swim. Keep an eye out for seals basking on the rocks or swimming in the sea's crystal-clear waters. With so much to explore and enjoy, the Roseland peninsula is a gem you won't want to miss.

Check our website for inspiration on things to See &DoPlaces to Stay or the latest offers on the Roseland.

  Check the timetable

Book your tickets online here