St Mawes Ferry
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St Mawes Ferry
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  Prices & Tickets

Buy St Mawes Ferry tickets online and save 10%, scroll down to select your tickets. You can also buy tickets on the day of travel from our ticket offices or onboard the ferry. 

LIVE Status - St Mawes Ferry
13:12 PM, Sat 24 Oct

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

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances

  Buy Discounted Tickets Online

Get 10% off by buying online, no need to pre-book a date or sailing! Just turn up on the day of desired travel. Tickets valid for a year from purchase.

CHILD: 4-16 YEARS. 3 AND UNDER FREE. FAMILY: UP TO 2 ADULTS AND 3 CHILDREN

 

  Regular Ticket Prices

These are the prices you will pay on the day at the ticket office or on the ferry.

Family tickets include up to 2 adults and 3 children. Child tickets are for children aged 4-16. Children under 4 travel free. Concessions are students with a valid student ID and over 65's. All returns are day returns only.

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances.

Standard Fares Adult Child (Ages 4-16) Student & OAP Family (2+3) Bikes
Single £7.50 £4.50 - - Free
Day Return £10 £5.50 £9.50 £32 -

 

+  Combined Tickets

Buy a combined ticket for the St Mawes Ferry and Place Ferry, perfect if you're walking the South West Coast Path or walking the Roseland Ramble. You can pre-purchase these tickets online (below) and save up to 10%.

Family tickets include up to 2 adults and 3 children. Child tickets are for children aged 4-16. Children under 4 travel free. Concessions are students with a valid student ID and over 65's. All returns are day returns only.

All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances.

Standard Fares Adult Child (Ages 4-16) Concession Family (2+3)
Roseland Ramble (Day Return) £17 £10.50 £16 £50
Coast Path Explorer (Single) £12.50 £7 - -

This magical route connects the old world fishing harbour of St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula with the bustling maritime port of Falmouth