Falmouth Harbour is one of the largest natural deep-water harbours in the world and just outside Falmouth in the sheltered waters of the Fal Estuary, sits Falmouth Marina. Set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty the estuary offers up twelve miles of glorious boating water that stretches as far as the cathedral city of Truro with numerous creeks, wooded shorelines and quays to explore along the way.
Falmouth Harbour is one the largest natural deep-water harbours in the world, offering shelter in any weather, with creeks to discover and glorious Cornish countryside to explore. Falmouth Marina is located on the south side of Penryn River – the first creek on the west side of the Fal Estuary. The South Coast marina is divided in two by a cill which dries to 1.8m above chart datum. However, there is 2m depth either side of the sill so there is plenty of water.