Fal Boat trips
Enjoy the stunning unspoilt landscape whilst navigating a unique sea route linking such maritime locations as St Mawes, Trelissick, Malpas and Truro. Pass historic houses and landmarks, enjoy close encounters with ocean-going ships laid up at anchor. Spot maritime wildlife and learn about places of interest in this fabulous part of Cornwall. Cross the third largest natural harbour in the world with its busy docks guarded by the Tudor castles of Falmouth and St Mawes.
Learn to sail
Falmouth is one of the best locations in the UK to learn or improve your sailing skills. Its sheltered deep harbour affords sailing opportunities within the Carrick Roads, in most weather conditions. From RYA Level 1 to Advanced Seamanship courses, you'll find a range of hugely professional, RYA recognised schools/sailing centres.
As one of the UK's leading day sailing areas, there are numerous opportunities to try your hand at sailing or cruising. Whatever your age, ability or level of experience, Falmouth can cater for your boating needs. Whatever boat you'd like for you or your family, from a Cornish Crabber to a racing yacht you can find it.
Surfing is every bit as much fun as it looks and the true Cornish experience is not complete without riding the waves! Falmouth Surf School offers you the day of a lifetime with truly 'no worries'.
Whether you're a serious angler, enthusiast or just fancy giving it a go, Falmouth is one of the best coastal spots for fishing in the UK! The sheer range of habitats in such close proximity - rocky and sandy shoreline, cove, creek, river, reef and wreck give rise to an impressive variety of species that can be easily accessed by boat or on foot.