Falmouth Ferries – Travel and fun on the water

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Falmouth Ferries

The King Harry Ferry and the St Mawes Ferry both feature in this clip from ITV Westcountry about ferries around Cornwall. The King Harry ferry transports cars and foot passengers across the river Fal at Trelissick.

The St Mawes Ferry operates a foot passenger only service for 364 days per year from the Prince of Wales Quay in Falmouth to St Mawes harbour.

The present Ferry  was launched in the summer of 2008, and was subsequently christened by the Duchess of Cornwall on the steps at Prince of Wales Quay in Falmouth

We have more information on the King Harry Ferry here and a video on St Mawes and the Roseland Peninsula.

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