Creekside Archaeological Cruise
Creekside: Exploring the upper reaches of the estuary | 6pm - 8pm | £20pp
**25/8/20 - This cruise is now fully booked**
This guided boat trip takes in sites tucked away within narrower channels and side creeks, where place names like Roundwood Quay, King Harry’s Reach and Malpas provide a tantalising hint of the many archaeological sites to be discovered – an Iron Age fort behind a later copper ore quay, a Henry VI chapel overlooking a medieval ferry crossing, a ‘bad-ford’ featured in the Cornish legend of Tristan and Iseult.
This cruise takes places aboard our luxury vessel: Moyana. With a beautifully fitted out comfortable indoor seating area, top deck viewing area and fully stocked bar with lots of Cornish tipples, Moyana is the perfect boat to enjoy an informative cruise.
Jeanette Ratcliffe leads the cruise and will give a fascianting insight to the local area. Jeanette also wrote a book on the Fal Estuary, see here.
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Departs: Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier