Cornish Cruising


Based in one of the largest natural harbours in the world, Cornish Cruising is uniquely placed to offer fantastic sailing holidays with our yacht charter or to improve your knowledge and safety with a full range of RYA training courses.

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Nearby Marinas and Harbours

Falmouth Marina
1 . Falmouth Marina

Falmouth Harbour is one of the largest natural deep-water harbours in the world and just outside Falmouth in the sheltered waters of the Fal Estuary, sits Falmouth Marina. Set in a designated area ...

Falmouth Haven Marina
2 . Falmouth Haven Marina

We offer deep water moorings and marina options in one of the finest natural harbours in the world, with great facilities for visitors, and easy and direct access to the water from our well maintai...

Port Pendennis Marina
3 . Port Pendennis Marina

The marina is tucked in behind the castle and shipyard with an outer pontoon and inner village marina harbour accessed through a swing bridge.

Mylor Yacht Harbour
4 . Mylor Yacht Harbour

Mylor Yacht Harbour was originally the most westerly Naval Dockyard and victualling station in England, then home of HMS Ganges and the Packet ships and centre for the French Resistance during the ...

St Mawes Harbour
5 . St Mawes Harbour

A sturdy breakwater doubles as a quayside and carpark providing shelter for many local boats and access to and from a cluster of mooring buoys.

Portscatho Harbour
6 . Portscatho Harbour

A tiny natural dry harbour round the corner from St Mawes.

Gillian Harbour
7 . Gillian Harbour

A tiny natural harbour near the mouth of the Helford River that dries in low tide.

Malpas Marine
8 . Malpas Marine

Malpas Marine is a small family run business located in the village of Malpas. Our boatyard/marina is situated on the Tresillian river where it joins the Truro river on it's way to the Fal Estuary.

Port of Truro
9 . Port of Truro

The Port of Truro is a commercial port at the head of the Falmouth Estuary with a long quayside. Visitor moorings and anchoring fees are collected during summer.

Coverack Harbour
10 . Coverack Harbour

A north west facing tiny harbour tucked in behind the headland that dries in low tide and home to small fishing boats.

Porthleven Harbour
11 . Porthleven Harbour

Porthleven village is one of the most attractive holiday locations in Cornwall with an annual Food Festival, RNLI Gala Day, and a host of other events. Porthleven's many restaurants, historic inns,...

Mullion Cove
12 . Mullion Cove

A tiny harbour that dries during low tide provides little option for visiting yachts.

Cadgwith Harbour
13 . Cadgwith Harbour

This rocky natural harbour dries in low tide and is split into two sections, the most northern being used by local fishing boats.

Gorran Haven Harbour
14 . Gorran Haven Harbour

An easterly facing sandy dry harbour with possible anchorage outside the harbour.

Mevagissey Harbour
15 . Mevagissey Harbour

The inner dry harbour is for local fishing boats, while the outer harbour is too busy for anchoring, the outer pier may be used for mooring but is used by the ferry and fishing boats.

St Michael's Mount Harbour
16 . St Michael's Mount Harbour

This north facing harbour dries and is connected to the mainland only during low tide.

Charlestown Harbour
17 . Charlestown Harbour

This harbour is found behind a gate that opens on a schedule for the square sail boat. The entrance is only passable during high and medium waters.

Penzance Harbour
18 . Penzance Harbour

The northern part of the harbour is shallow for smaller boats, while the southern part provides good shelter for visiting yachts.

Newlyn Harbour
19 . Newlyn Harbour

Newlyn is one of the largest fishing ports in the UK and is the first 24/7 harbour available to boats fishing the South Western Approaches.

Par Harbour
20 . Par Harbour

The tiny dry harbour provides emergency shelter and caution on the approach due to low ground in the centre of the cove.

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