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Extra ferries from Falmouth to St Mawes

From 23 July 2008

St Mawes Ferry extends its service for the summer

FERRY passengers have a choice of more trips between Falmouth and St Mawes thanks to additional services run by the St Mawes Ferry Company until the end of September.

The May Queen will leave Falmouth’s Customs House Quay for the picturesque fishing village of St Mawes on the Roseland Pensinular every hour, every day, throughout the summer holidays as well as late into the evneing on Friday and Saturday nights in July and August.

Operations manager, Garrick Royle, said: “This extra ferry from Customs House Quay helps us cope with the increased numbers wanting to take the beautiful trip across the water. Both St Mawes and Falmouth boast some great places to visit, eat and drink, and by offering this extended service, we hope we will be helping local businesses too.”

The service operates as an extension to the company’s Prince of Wales Pier timetable and begins with a 9.30am service from Falmouth returning from St Mawes at 10am. Ferries then run on the hour and every half an hour until the last ferry back from St Mawes at 5pm.

The evening service begins at 5.30pm from Falmouth, running 30 minutes past the hour unt il 8.30pm, returning from St Mawes on the hour until 9pm.

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