1 hour Scenic & Naval Harbour Cruise
Our one hour naval and harbour cruises depart daily from The Barbican Landing Stage, adjacent to the Mayflower Steps, Plymouth.
On departing the Mayflower Steps, your skipper will provide an informative commentary, as we sail across the Plymouth Sound flanked by the beautiful Devon and Cornish coasts. We pass Plymouth Hoe, the famous Drakes Island, heading for the river Tamar where the mighty warships and nuclear submarines await!
The Mount Edgcumbe Ferry
Our 1 hour cruise provides a ferry service to and from Cremyll Quay in Cornwall. Depart here for the beautiful village of Cremyll and visit Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, the former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe.
Mount Edgcumbe Country Park is open to the public daily. Mount Edgcumbe House is closed on Fridays and Saturdays.
A truly idyllic four hour cruise to experience the stunning scenery of the Tamar Valley.
We set sail across Plymouth Sound and up the River Tamar to the Cornish village of Calstock. Leaving the busy city behind we pass the Naval Dockyard and Brunel's famous bridge, taking in the beautiful sights of the Tamar Valley, passing Cargreen, Wier Quay, Pentille, Holton and Cotehele.
An unforgettable cruise, we take you far up the Tamar Valley to the forgotten world of Morwellham Quay. Visit the fascinating Victorian copper mine, historic port, working Victorian farm, railway and museums of costume and mining.
River Yealm Cruise
A stunning, two-hour cruise - sail beyond Plymouth Sound to the tranquil River Yealm - taking in the breathtaking scenery and wildlife of the Devon coast.
NEW Plymouth Breakwater
& Coastal Cruise
Introducing our new Breakwater Coastal Cruise. Set sail on board one of our luxury cruise boats and see Plymouth Hoe, Drakes Island and the river Tamar from the water. We pass the scenic Cornish Coast and the historic smuggling villages of Cawsand & Kingsand. Cruise alongside the iconic Plymouth Breakwater and pass The Garrison Fort Bovisand, Jennycliff Bay and Mount Batten, before returning back to the Barbican.
A great opportunity to see our magnificent marine wildlife, a must do trip for locals and tourists alike!