King Harry Ferry, Cornwall

Incredibly, a ferry has operated from this site for more than 500 years! The new ferry is the 7th to operate a vehicle service since 1888, when the King Harry Ferry was established in 1888. It connects St Mawes and the Roseland Peninsula with Feock, Truro and Falmouth, thus avoiding the alternative 27 mile route via Truro.

When does it run?
The service runs 7 days a week all year round with the crossing taking 10 minutes.

How much does it cost?
Cars: Single £5.00, Day Return £7.50
Vans: (3.4 - 16 tons & 6 wheel commercial) Single £7, Return £12,
Concession: Single £4.75, Return £9.50
Coach: (25 Seater max & Large Camper Vans) Single £10, Return £15
Motorbikes: Single £2, Return £3, Concession 75p/£1.50
Pushbikes: Single: 50p
Pedestrians: FREE


Tel: 01872 862312
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