Owner/ Skipper Lee Wicks- 07970 595 244

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IF TRAVELLING BY CAR PLEASE ALLOW AT LEAST AN HOUR TO PARK, SOMETIMES LONGER AT PEAK PERIODS


Directions to pick trip up if the tide is above 2.2m (high tide):

Travelling over on the Rock to Padstow Ferry.

When the ferry drops you off at Padstow walk up the slipway on to the harbour, walk around the harbour towards the “Snappy Crab” seafood bar which will be on your left. You would need to walk around the harbour keeping left until you get to the Old Customs House Pub. Once you there, Padstow Harbour Office building straight in front of you and extended car park out to your left, keep walking until you reach the end of car park. On your right you will see a set of steps. Please wait above by steps following, social distancing guidance.

Travelling by car:

Whichever car park you manage to park in you would need to get to Padstow Harbour Commissioners. Please use this postcode to give you directions PL28 8BY. Once you there, Padstow Harbour Office building straight in front of you and extended car park out to your left, keep walking until you reach the end of car park. On your right you will see a set of steps. Please wait above by the steps, following social distancing guidance.

Directions to pick trip up if: 

The tide is lower than 2.2m we pick up from the St. George’s Cove Beach. It is located within a 15- 20 minute walk towards the War Memorial – St Saviour’s, Padstow. 

From Padstow harbour walk along the North Quay which eventually becomes the coast path. Follow this up the hill towards the war memorial at St Saviour’s Point. St George’s cove is a little further along the path and is best accessed where the path dips down either by steps or keep walking around and to the right to get to the beach. Keep walking along the beach towards the water, where the boat will arrive.

Please do not go to the lower beach where the Ferry comes in, we will be further along the beach, so it’s easier to access it if you keep walking past the monument towards St. George’s Cove beach.