Group Charter

The group experience is aimed at groups up to a maximum of 10 persons – a party of family or friends celebrating a special occasion or just getting together to enjoy the water and explore the spectacular south coast of Cornwall. We can tailor the luxury charter to suit your needs, ie book hotel accommodation, and arrange breakfast, lunch or dinner during the charter.

If you are arranging a family treat, an anniversary, or a special birthday, we are happy to plan the day to suit you. We are also happy to cater for hen and stag parties and even a wedding!

Larger groups can be catered for on two power boats by arrangement. Falmouth Bay and the surrounding area is the perfect cruising ground for your charter and we look forward to welcoming you on board.

  • Birthdays
  • Anniversaries
  • Larger groups by arrangement
  • Any kind of celebration!

Testimonials

Amazing day out, best day of our holiday for kids and adults!

Thank you for an unforgettable trip - a really wonderful experience.

It is difficult to imagine a more perfect place in the world to spend a day.

News & Events

Falmouth Week 5th – 14th August 2022

Falmouth Week is a great week of racing for keelboats, traditional craft and dinghies in the waters off Falmouth Bay, the Carrick Roads and the harbour. Wednesday is Champagne Day, a race for the big yachts with a 25 mile coastal course finishing in the inner harbour, whilst smaller boats race in the Carrick Roads. […]

Falmouth Classics 17th – 19th June 2022

Falmouth Classics provide sailing based activities to complement the shore-based Sea Shanty Festival so Falmouth is definitely the place to be in June for classics weekend! Classic vessels on the water will include the Pilot Gigs, Pilot Cutters and Luggers, Trawlers and Falmouth Working Boats, Gaffers and Bermudans, One Designs and Varied Designs, Racers and […]

St Mawes Town Regatta – 30th July 2022

A lively village regatta for all types of sailing dinghies and yachts in various classes and a great atmosphere both on and off the water. The entrants are usually a mixture of yachts and boats from the traditional timber built Falmouth working boats and old gaffers to modern fibre glass yachts and dinghies.