The ferry crosses the Fal River linking the Roseland to the Falmouth area, saving miles by road.
The ferry can be reached by SUP from a couple of our favourite Paddle Spots.
Seals are commonly seen on our Stand up Paddle Board adventures around the Cornish Coast. They are naturally inquisitive and will seek you out, often interacting play fully. This is one of a large colony of seals at Godrevy, easily seen from the cliffs above.
Please respect these wild animals, never approach them particularly on land or when they are relaxing at the surface.
Near Cligga Head, St Agnes
The metals once mined so vigorously in Cornwall are evident in rock formations all around the coast but none more spectacular than around Cligga Head. Many sites are only accessible by water.
Truo Cathedral from Truro Docks
Sett Bridge near Ruan Lanihorne
At the farthest reaches of the tide. Sett Bridge is where the River Fal becomes tidal.
All along the Fal are historic quays and the remnants of transport links driven by commercial necessity and dating back centuries.
A Unique Perspective
A jellyfish just below the surface.
Stand up Paddle Boarding gives an amazing view of life under the sea.
Sunset at Trevellas Cove
The end of a perfect day Stand up Paddle Boarding, topped off with a beach BBQ.