Falmouth
Park & Float

Easy, stress-free all-day parking at the Falmouth Park & Float.

Your perfect base for the start of a great day out.

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On 11:34am Thursday / 21 September 2017

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Running : King Harry Ferry

Running 7 days a week to summer timetable.

Timetable | Webcam

Disruptions : St Mawes Ferry

No 1245 or 1315 from Falmouth. No 1315 or 1345 from St Mawes owing to low spring tides. All other sailings running to timetable.

Timetable | Webcam

Disruptions : Place Ferry

No sailings between 1230-1430 owing to low spring tides. All other sailings running as normal.

Timetable

Disruptions : Enterprise Boats

The 1135 (St Mawes) and 1215 (Falmouth) sailing will terminate at Trelissick owing to low spring tides. The 1300 from Truro is cancelled. All other sailings running to timetable.

Timetable

Running : Falmouth Park & Float/Ride

Running 6 days a week to autumn timetable.

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Running : Flushing Ferry

Running 7 days a week to summer timetable.

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Our Boats

The service was started in 2003 to support the opening of the National Maritime Museum by Cornwall Ferries Ltd.

The ferries were purchased from the Isles of Scilly where they had served as off island boats.

The flagship Kingsley II was built by Percy Mitchell in Portmellon nr. Mevagissey in the 1940s and was the longest boat launched over the wall.

Throughout their lives the ferries have covered millions of miles and carries millions of passengers.

The ferries were refitted by Cockwells Classic and Modern Boat Builders situated just next to the car park.

Green travel

In the winter months the car park becomes a boat park and this helps support the summer park and ride operation.

Since opening the service, it has prevented 110,000 cars contributing to Falmouth's congestion and poor air quality in the summer months.

It has also allowed 295,000 passengers the opportunity to see Falmouth from the river whilst enjoying a river trip on a classic ferry.

The service is supported by Cornwall Council and helps meet traffic reduction targets for the County and Country.

Ferry Facts

Each year the Park and Float/Ride scheme stops more than 20,000 cars from travelling into Falmouth town.

This saves a whopping 22 tonnes of carbon dioxide and 7 tonnes of carbon pollution.

Between them the Park & Float Ferries have covered more than 95,000 miles, the equivalent to travelling from Land's End to John O'Groats and back 25 times!

Falmouth Park & Float/Ride Gallery