With alongside berths for vessels up to 240m and 8m draft and anchorages capable of accommodating the largest cruise ships in the world.
Falmouth Harbour is a world class cruise destination.
Renowned as one of the UK’s premier holiday destinations, the bustling town of Falmouth boasts world class beaches, a diverse high street and a thriving cafe/restaurant culture.
The Port offers easy access to the wide selection of Cornwall’s attractions including: the Eden Project, St Michaels Mount, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and many more.
The position of A&P’s cruise berth is within short walking distance of both the high street and the towns beaches, adds to the Harbours unique appeal.
The berths are suitable for vessels up to 240m LOA and 8m draft.
First and Last Major Port
As the UK’s first and last major port, the area is well placed to support a wide variety of cruises – whether this is shorter round Britain and Ireland cruising or as part of a much larger trans-Atlantic cruise.
Combining the full range of marine services available with the areas unique tourism offer, means that Falmouth Harbour is a key destination for cruise lines and passengers alike.
Falmouth’s deep water Cruise Ship Anchorage can accommodate vessels that are too large to berth alongside or wish to add flexibility to their schedule around tide times.
Positioned approximately 1 – 1.5nm from the Inner Harbour and Town, the anchorage sits in view of Pendennis and St Mawes castles and St Anthony’s Lighthouse.
This unique location, combined with the pristine waters of the Carrick Roads, means that guests can enjoy a scenic and atmospheric tender ride to shore.
The anchorage can comfortably accommodate the largest cruise ships in the world.
Falmouth Harbour are members of Cruise Britain, a network of ports, destinations and service providers that work with cruise operators to bring ships to Britain.