King Harry Ferry
Timetable King Harry Ferry
Timetable King Harry Ferry
Timetable King Harry Ferry
Timetable

King Harry Ferry
Timetable

King Harry Ferry Timetable

The ferry runs every 20 minutes, 7 Days a week.

Departing the Feock side on the hour, twenty past and twenty to the hour. Departing the Philleigh side ten past, half past and ten to the hour.

All sailings are subject to tide, weather, circumstances and terms and conditions of the company.

LIVE Status - King Harry Ferry
05:28 AM, Wed 06 Jul

  • Green / running
  • Amber / disruption
  • Red / not running

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances

DEPARTURE TIMES - 7 Days a week
DEPARTING FEOCK Side

First Ferry

THEN

LAST Ferry

Monday to Saturday

07:00

every

20

40

00

22:00

Sunday & Public Holidays

09:00

20 mins

20

40

00

22:00

DEPARTING PHILLEIGH Side

First Ferry

THEN

LAST Ferry

Monday to Saturday

07:10

every

30

50

10

22:10

Sunday & Public Holidays

09:10

20 mins

30

50

10

22:10

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances.

  Frequency: The ferry runs every 20 minutes from each side

  Feock side: Truro, Falmouth and West of the river TR3 6QJ

  Philleigh side: St Mawes, the Roseland and East of the river

  Max weight: 16 tonnes

  Max height: 12' 3" (low bridge at Trelissick)

  Coaches: 25 seat max

  ESVs: Emergency service vehicles - blue light responses get priority over all traffic

 

DEPARTURE TIMES - 7 Days a week
DEPARTING FEOCK Side

First Ferry

THEN

LAST Ferry

Monday to Saturday

07:00

every

20

40

00

21:20

Sunday & Public Holidays

09:00

20 mins

20

40

00

21:20

DEPARTING PHILLEIGH Side

First Ferry

THEN

LAST Ferry

Monday to Saturday

07:10

every

30

50

10

21:30

Sunday & Public Holidays

09:10

20 mins

30

50

10

21:30

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances.

  Frequency: The ferry runs every 20 minutes from each side

  Feock side: Truro, Falmouth and West of the river TR3 6QJ

  Philleigh side: St Mawes, the Roseland and East of the river

  Max weight: 16 tonnes

  Max height: 12' 3" (low bridge at Trelissick)

  Coaches: 25 seat max

  ESVs: Emergency service vehicles - blue light responses get priority over all traffic

DEPARTURE TIMES - 7 Days a week
DEPARTING FEOCK Side

First Ferry

THEN

LAST Ferry

Monday to Saturday

07:00

every

:20

:40

:00

19:20

Sunday & Public Holidays

09:00

20 mins

:20

:40

:00

19:20

DEPARTING PHILLEIGH Side

First Ferry

THEN

LAST Ferry

Monday to Saturday

07:10

every

:30

:50

:10

19:30

Sunday & Public Holidays

09:10

20 mins

:30

:50

:10

19:30

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances.

  Frequency: The ferry runs every 20 minutes from each side

  Feock side: Truro, Falmouth and West of the river TR3 6QJ

  Philleigh side: St Mawes, the Roseland and East of the river

  Max weight: 16 tonnes

  Max height: 12' 3" (low bridge at Trelissick)

  Coaches: 25 seat max

  ESVs: Emergency service vehicles - blue light responses get priority over all traffic

DEPARTURE TIMES - 7 Days a week
DEPARTING FEOCK Side

First Ferry

THEN

LAST Ferry

Monday to Saturday

07:00

every

20

40

00

21:20

Sunday & Public Holidays

09:00

20 mins

20

40

00

21:20

DEPARTING PHILLEIGH Side

First Ferry

THEN

LAST Ferry

Monday to Saturday

07:10

every

30

50

10

21:30

Sunday & Public Holidays

09:10

20 mins

30

50

10

21:30

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances.

  Frequency: The ferry runs every 20 minutes from each side

  Feock side: Truro, Falmouth and West of the river TR3 6QJ

  Philleigh side: St Mawes, the Roseland and East of the river

  Max weight: 16 tonnes

  Max height: 12' 3" (low bridge at Trelissick)

  Coaches: 25 seat max

  ESVs: Emergency service vehicles - blue light responses get priority over all traffic

 

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  The King Harry Ferry is operating as normal, please see live ferry status below for live information.

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