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Cornwall Sightseeing

Discover Cornwall's unique heritage from the water

Cornwall has some of the most fascinating and renowned history, geology and wildlife in the UK

You will have the chance to witness all this stunning history and architecture from the comfort of our boat. Lead by our experienced and knowledgeable team you’ll explore the natural beauty and outstanding history of the cornish coastline. 

Although the time of the year and the erratic cornish climate might affect the visibility, we can guarantee you there will always be something to learn, witness and experience with us!

About Cornwall's history

The first records of settlement in Cornwall dates back to around 10,000 BC. However, it was around the Bronze Age that Cornwall became known for its construction of prehistoric stone buildings and acknowledgement of its ancient sites. Even today, Cornish stannaries’ and tin mines still dominate the landscape, owning back to a time where this industry was such an important export of Cornwall. You will most likely get the chance to see St Michael’s Mount, a major port during the Iron age, established all the way back in 1135 has been a major part of the UK’s wartime history including the Wars of the Roses and The English Civil War. 

Cornwall was originally a Celtic nation and it's Cornish name is Kernow

China clay was discovered in Cornwall by William Cookworthy in 1745

In the 1900s half of the worlds tin came from Cornwall

Cornish Landmarks on our boat trips

We will bring these popular sights to life as you experience Cornwall’s most iconic locations from the Atlantic Ocean:

Longships Lighthouse

Longships Lighthouse marks the most westerly point of Britain and has been warning seaman since 1795,

Hells Mouth Cornwall

Our trips give you a different perspective of this atmospheric and beautiful stretch of the Cornish coast


An integral part of the Cornish Tin mine industry, Botallack is a stunning example of the mines you can see all over the area.

Cape Cornwall

Where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Irish sea

Godrevy Lighthouse

Godrevy Island is the biggest of The Stones and is one of our favorite areas to spot seals and birdlife.


Mousehole is a picturesque fishing village often described as ?the loveliest village in England?

South West Coast Path

The longest waymarked footpath in the whole of Britain.

Lands End Cornwall

Lands End is England's most westerly point, This is where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Cornish Granite.

Minack Theatre

Located at Porthcurno, the Minack Theatre is a Cornish open-air theatre built into the granite rocks.

St Michael's Mount

St Michael's Mount, the jewel of Cornwall's heritage has a rich history. Its a priory, fortress, a place of pilgrimage.