Take a boat trip from St Ives

St Ives offers a number of boat trips from around the harbour front and Wharf Road. They include trips across St Ives Bay towards Gwithian and Hell’s Mouth, down to Seal Island, a group of rocks 3.5 miles from St Ives where grey Atlantic seals live in their natural habitat, or further west along the coast to fish, look for basking sharks and dolphins, or just enjoy the spectacular coastal scenery.

For further details:

Boat Trips

www.stivesboattours.co.uk
The Dolly Pentreath, skippered by local JP Bassett offers tours and fishing trips around St Ives Bay. Private tours are also available. Contact JP on 07851170167 for more information and to book.

www.stivesboats.co.uk
Based outside the Life Boat Station, offering trips to Seal Islands, mackerel fishing, and private charters, skippered by Mike Laity on The Dolly P.
Tel: 07773 008 000

www.stivesboattrips.co.uk
Tips to Seal Island, private charter, fishing, Godrevy Lighthouse and bird watching on the 32’ Prime Time, skippered by Peter and Simon Freeman.
Tel: 07541 017 672

Self Drive
White Star Boats
From outside the St Ives Lifeboat Station on Wharf Road, quarter, half and full hour hire to go out beyond the harbour and into the bay
Tel: 07752 835758

Mercury Boat Hire
Based on the Harbour Beach, opposite The Sloop, self drive motor boats to hire.
Tel: 07710 596849