Cremyll Ferry

Cremyll Ferry, Torpoint: Address, Phone Number, Cremyll Ferry Reviews: 4.5/5

Cremyll Ferry
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Windsor, UK104 contributions
Oct 2021 • Friends
Nice boat trip but not worth the money, £2 per person, so spent £18 on a single trip, £36 on a return, it's cheaper to drive.
Written December 21, 2021
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PenNSwindon
Swindon23 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
Great service. Staff very helpful and friendly. Used it a couple of times while staying in Cremyll at the Edgcumbe Arms. Ran all day and on time.
Written September 24, 2021
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Kevin R
Abergavenny, UK223 contributions
Jul 2021
To complete our circular journey from Sutton Harbour to Cawsand, walk to Cremyll, we took the ferry back to the harbour via Royal William Yard. A great morning out and recommended to all.
Written August 12, 2021
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Brandon C
7 contributions
Jun 2021 • Couples
Great find and a godsend. Staying in Cremyll and used the ferry everyday to go to the Royal William Yard for food. The ferry was always on time and the staff were very friendly. The £2 cost each way is very reasonable. Just a shame the last ferry from Admirals Hard is 9:15pm during the week as a bit early if eating out.
Written June 25, 2021
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HJArtist
Bromley, UK25 contributions
May 2021
For under £4 you can get a wonderful view of Plymouth Hoe and Drakes island. Skilled crew and a sturdy craft.
Written May 23, 2021
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Margaret W
21 contributions
May 2021
An 8 minute crossong every half hour we travelled from Mount Edgcumbe to Royal William yard on a blustery day, but the cabin was dry and relatively wind free
Written May 16, 2021
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jaderoy
Plymouth, UK7 contributions
Apr 2021
Lovely trip on the ferry today, The only downside was the lady who collected payments at the other end. She was rude & bossy, she was talking to people like they were school children.
Written April 9, 2021
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Stephen
Pontycymer, UK17 contributions
Nov 2020 • Friends
Very convenient way of getting to Mount Edgcumbe Park and the staff on the boat are very helpful to the elderly and disabled, and people with prams.
Some say it’s expensive. But it is convenient and saves yo spending 90 minutes on the bus each way.
Written November 30, 2020
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Coccia8
Minster on Sea, UK178 contributions
Oct 2020 • Family
Took the Cremyll ferry from Plymouth to Cremyll this week. First time, was g sure what to expect. In fact what we found was a really pleasant and welcoming little foot ferry. From Devon we embarked from Admirals Hard by Elvira’s Cafe and the strand street car park. If the car parks full, go along to Royal William Yard where there’s loads of pay & display. The ferry itself was small but well piloted and
Staffed with friendly crew. Tickets are bought in board and they’ll take cash or card. Worth buying a return ticket straight off if you’re coming back that way, a little cheaper. A one way adult is only £2. The crossing takes 8 minutes. From Devon they leave at quarter past and quarter to the hour. From Cremyll, Cornwall side they leave on the hour and half past. The ferry is safe, clean and has an inside so if it’s blowing a Gale you can shelter. Brilliant little ferry, well worth the money and time to use it. If I go to Cremyll again I’ll be back on this ferry
Written October 30, 2020
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Itinerantviolist
Woking, UK73 contributions
Oct 2020 • Solo
So quick I didn't realise we'd arrived and ended up back where I started. It did look very similar I must admit. Anyway I didn't get charged twice and was very soon back at Cremyll. The journey is so quick.

The ferry is a pleasant boat which gives great views. It's a really nice experience. The boarding spot in Plymouth is close to the fine Cafe Elvira wheras Cremyll has stunning parkland and countryside yet is so close to Plymouth.
Written October 9, 2020
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