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Mevagissey Ferry - Fowey to Mevagissey

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Fowey to Mevagissey Ferry

You may not see basking sharks, dolphins, gannets

or the odd warship (but you might!). 

You can be sure of an interesting and enjoyable day out.

Visit two of Cornwall’s most picturesque and contrasting ports with a return ferry trip across St Austell Bay between Fowey and Mevagissey.

 

Tickets are sold on board (including return leg).

Dogs are welcome (free) -

cycles by prior arrangement.

Please arrive early to ensure a seat.

 

The crossing takes approximately 35 minutes.

 

  All sailings are subject to sea conditions.   Cancellations are broadcast on BBC Radio Cornwall at 25 & 55 minutes past each hour.

 

Ferry operates 7 days per week from 28 April

until 1 October weather and operational circumstances permitting.


King Harry Ferry - St Mawes to Feock

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The King Harry Ferry connects St Mawes and the Roseland with Feock, Truro and Falmouth and is an

iconic part of Cornwall’s history

Established in 1888, it connects St Mawes and the Roseland Peninsula with Feock, Truro and Falmouth by avoiding the alternative 27 mile route through Truro & Tresillian.

 

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. It carries 300,000 cars every single year.

 

The ferry run 7 days a week all year round

Total distance is 300m

Crossing time 10 mins

Info & Bookings 01872 862312


St Mawes Ferry - Falmouth Harbour to St Mawes

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The 20 minute journey takes in the world-class scenery

 of the Carrick Roads which includes two historic

castles and a wealth of marine life in Falmouth Bay.

One of Cornwall’s iconic boat trips, the St Mawes Ferry makes the crossing from Falmouth harbour to St Mawes 364 days a year.

 

The ferry takes 162,000 passenger on 2.8 mile journey every year, saving them what would be a 29 mile journey.

 

Three boats make up the fleet of ferries that sail from Falmouth to St Mawes; Duchess of Cornwall, May Queen and Queen of Falmouth. Since launching in 2007, Duchess has travelled enough miles between Falmouth and St Mawes to have completed five trips around the world.

 

Four legged friends welcome on leads.

 

The ferry run 7 days a week all year round

Crossing time 20 mins

Info & Bookings 01326 741194


Place Ferry- St Mawes to Place Creek

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Crossing St Mawes Harbour and operating seven days

a week, the Place ferry runs a regular service between

St Mawes and Place Creek on the Roseland Peninsula.

Along with the St Mawes Ferry, it forms an integral part of the South West Coast Path, saving walkers at least a day’s extra walking.

 

Outside of peak season and when not busy, the Place Ferry also can operate as a water taxi, taking you from your mooring to shore. Contact us for more details.

 

Four legged friends welcome on leads.

 

The ferry run 7 days a week from

March 30th to 1st November 2015

Total distance is 0.5 miles

Crossing time 10 mins

Info & Bookings 01872 862312

 

Route taken - St. Mawes - St. Anthony's Head

 

       

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