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Enjoy the coves and quiet beaches of this beautiful seawater river estuary.The romantic and mystical “Frenchman’s Creek” immortalised by Daphne du Maurier might be your choice, or perhaps the Oyster farm at Port Navas to try some local shellfish.

Whichever, we offer a fleet of self-drive motor and rowing boats, which are ideal to help you and your family sample the delights of this estuary.

Our Ferry will carry you across the water between two superb pubs, the thatched Shipwrights Arms in the lovely old fishing village of Helford and the famous Ferry Boat Inn at Helford Passage; both of which offer excellent facilities for lunch after a glorious waterside walk.

There are National Trust gardens and protected areas of outstanding natural beauty within easy walking distance of the ferry landing points.

On our web site you will find: A guide to our boats, a map of where we are, and how to contact us. Customers often ask similar questions, and we may have already answered them in our FAQs. If you are looking for information about the helford ferry, you will find that, and we also have information for anyone looking for a mooring.

Shop @ the Beach, The Courtyard, Helford Passage

Helford Passage’s best kept secret.  Shop @ the Beach is a small exclusive boutique offering a superb range of hand crafted, locally made and totally unique gifts.  From cardigans to candles and baby clothes to bunting.  Come and see for yourself and take the stress out of gift shopping the Cornish way.