A trip on an Enterprise boat offers a great chance to relax while enjoying the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a stunning, unspoilt landscape.
This unique sea route will take you past iconic maritime locations, historic houses and landmarks, as well as taking you up close to the array of ocean-going vessels laid up at anchor on the upper reaches of the Fal River.
You’ll cross the third deepest natural harbour in the world when you reach Falmouth with its bustling docks overlooked by two Tudor castles.
Tickets can be pruchased from us at Visit Truro. Snacks, hot refreshments and toilets are available on board and there is also an informative commentary from the boat’s skipper.
Operating along the Fal for many years, this established family business has a superbly maintained fleet of pleasure boats which form part of the colourful panorama within these waters.
The classic Enterprise Boats fleet sails up to six times a day between the cathedral city of Truro and the bustling maritime port of Falmouth, calling at the beautiful National Trust Trelissick Garden & House.
Whether visiting the gardens, gallery and restaurant at Trelissick Garden, sightseeing, or planning an idyllic walk and pub lunch; Enterprise Boats can help add to the enjoyment and experience.
Enterprise Boats are also available to hire for a relaxing evening or day charter, Sunday excursion or a corporate event.
Calling at Prince of Wales Pier Falmouth, Trelissick Garden and Town Quay, Truro. Boats run up to six times a day depending on the season.
Enterprise I (1963), Moyana (1954) & Enterprise III (1960) are all similar spec boats with the traditional Enterprise livery of light blue, red and white.
Measuring at roughly 60ft long, each boat can take over 120 passengers.