To st Michael's Mount

Take a trip up the coast, popping into Newlyn to look at the fishing fleet and passing Penzance, to view what many regard as Cornwall’s most iconic landmark – the majestic St Michael’s Mount.

2 hour trip (tide dependant) – Private bookings only – Please contact us to discuss your individual requirements.

We also offer bespoke picnics  for all our boat trips – lovingly prepared by Four Teas Cafe in Mousehole and delivered to the Cormorant ahead of your departure. Click here to download a menu.

All trip times are on our website –



Perched on top of a great granite crag, St Michael’s Mount rises majestically out of the sea in Mount’s Bay. St Michael’s Mount is an island at high tide and a romantic sight. Steeped in both legend and folklore, St Michael’s Mount is a tidal island linked to the town of Marazion by a man-made granite causeway, passable between mid-tide and low water. Originally the site of a Benedictine Chapel, the spectacular castle on the rock dates from the 14th Century. It is managed by the National Trust, and the castle and chapel have been the home of the St Aubyn family since approximately 1650. Get a unique view of this stunning landmark few visitors ever get to see from the comfort and safety of the Cormorant

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