Welcome to St Mawes, our lively harbour town.
St Mawes is renowned as a haven for the keen sailing enthusiast, with its picturesque harbour and with access to some of the finest sailing waters in the South West it is a popular holiday destination both by road and water.
The village provides a good selection of shops and services. There are regular ferry services to Falmouth and the Cathedral City of Truro.
Over the period 21st to 23rd of June the Falmouth Working Boat Association will be holding their annual Championships based in St Mawes. Both Working Boat classes will race twice on Friday the 21st and on Saturday the 22nd of June and once on Sunday. The races are scheduled to start at 1100 and 1500…
Approaches to St Mawes
The first harbour of the Fal Estuary. The Harbour limit is denoted by the points of Carricknath to the South and St Mawes Castle to the North. On approach to St Mawes Harbour keep south of St Mawes South Cardinal Mark buoy marking Lugo Rock (0.6m).
Powers of Harbour Direction
Powers of Harbour Direction were granted to St Mawes Pier and Harbour Company in April 2018.