Your key to unlocking the unspoilt beauty of the Fal River.
Running up to 7 days a week along the Fal River between Falmouth - Trelissick Via St Mawes.
Back for 2021, Truro River Cruises!
- Route :: Falmouth - Trelissick Via St Mawes
- Truro :: High Tide Sailings on selected dates
- Runs :: Up to 7 Days a week / 17 May - 31 Oct 2021
- Journey time :: from 45 mins
- Phone :: 01326 741 194
- Dog Friendly :: Yes
- Bikes :: Bike Friendly
Connecting the maritime port of Falmouth and the stunning stunning National Trust Gardens; Trelissick, this picturesque route also calls at the old-world fishing village of St Mawes.
In 2021, there are also a selection of special high tide cruises to the Cathedral city of Truro.
LIVE Status - Enterprise Boats
04:04 AM, Sun 26 Sep
- Green / running
- Amber / disruption
- Red / not running
All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances
Sailing through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this scenic river trip is one of the most beautiful in the world. Passing Tudor castles, deep sided wooded valleys, historic houses and an abundance of marine activity, this trip is perfect for enjoying the best bits of the Fal River.
The best way to explore all of the destinations in one day is with the Fal Mussel Card Visitor, this allows you hop-on hop-off travel around the river.
There is an abundance of great things to see and do at each place Enterprise Boats connect you too...
All of our classic wooden ferries are maintained to the highest standard. These beautiful boats offers passengers stunning views with two decks, ample seating and light refreshments on board.
All of our ferries have covered seating in case we get some ‘Cornish liquid sunshine’. Along the way, our knowledgeable crew will point out places of interest and are always on hand during the journey if you have any questions.
If you want to explore more than one destination, you need to pick up a Fal Mussel Card Visitor, this will give you unlimited hop-on hop-off travel around the river.
The stunning National Trust Gardens and House at Trelissick is a beautiful riverside destination. The sub-tropical gardens are great for families and especially beautiful in Spring. Be sure to check out the gallery, gift shop and the Woodland Walk.
Tickets are available to here from Falmouth and St Mawes or alternatively, pick up a Fal Mussel Card Visitor and explore all three!
Note: If you are starting your journey at Trelissick, you need to pre-book your entry/parking space on the National Trust Website.
The coastal town of Falmouth lives and breaths the sea. Being the third deepest natural harbour in the world, it’s clear to see why Falmouth is a hub for marine activity. It’s vibrant town centre, amazing food and white sandy beaches make it a must when visiting Cornwall. Be sure to check out the Maritime Museum, Pendennis Castle and the harbour.
Tickets are available to here from Trelissick and St Mawes or alternatively, pick up a Fal Mussel Card Visitor and explore all three!
One of Cornwall’s best kept secrets, St Mawes has recently been voted one of UK’s ‘hippest’ places and when you visit, it’s easy to see why. The stunning scenery, luxury hotels and elegant restaurants centered around the old world harbour along with the quaint cottages and characterful pubs means St Mawes is a must to explore. Be sure to check out St Mawes Castle, the beaches and kayaking on offer.
One of Cornwall's most beautiful boat trips.
Sailing along the Fal River between Falmouth and Trelissick calling at St Mawes