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Explore the magnificent coastline

and breathtaking scenery that surrounds Mousehole
This is your chance to explore the breathtaking scenery and magnificent coastline which surrounds the Cornish village of Mousehole onboard the Cormorant. With Newlyn, Penzance and St Michael’s Mount to the east, or Lamorna, Porthcurno and The Minack Theatre to the west, it’s a great way to see the beautiful Cornish coast from the sea.
The small fishing port village of Mousehole has an abundance of charm and character. It’s the perfect destination for a visit during your holiday, with a host of good restaurants, shops and galleries surrounding its picturesque harbour. The very best way to appreciate the beautiful views of this part of the Cornish coast is to join us for a boat trip.
Cormorant Cruising is now in the capable hands of local skipper Neil Brockman, building on a business created by Mike & Maxine Collier in 2013. Neil is a Mousehole boy born and bred with a lifetime of maritime experience. He was the coxswain of the Penlee Lifeboat from 1993 until 2008 serving a total of 30 years with the RNLI. He continued his maritime career working as a master all over the world in the offshore renewable energy industry.
Neil has an extensive knowledge of Mount’s Bay, its rugged coastline, caves, rocks, wrecks and maritime history. He will share his first hand experience of daring rescues, lifesaving and fishing in Mount’s Bay, show some amazing photos, telling tales of smugglers and Spanish galleons, and highlight various points of interest as you steam gently up and down the coast – you definitely won’t be disappointed!
Trips could encounter basking sharks, dolphins, grey seals, and seabirds in the rich and diverse waters that surround Mousehole. It’s especially exciting for our younger passengers to get a close up view of St Clement’s Island – a rocky outcrop which lays just off Mousehole where grey seals can often be seen basking in the sunshine. 
Cormorant carries a maximum of 12 passengers so you have plenty of space, comfort and freedom to move around the boat with 360 degree views for every passenger. 

Choose your trip and book now

Due to the popularity and excellent Trip Advisor reviews Cormorant books up very quickly, especially in peak season, so choose your trip and book online today to ensure you don’t miss out!

Our trips are tide and weather dependent, however, to avoid disappointment we can arrange trips from Newlyn Harbour when the tide is low in Mousehole – full details of timings and departure points will be confirmed with your booking.

Your adventure begins here and we look forward to welcoming you onboard the Cormorant.

You’re in safe hands with a retired RNLI Coxswain at the helm

The Cormorant is operated by local skipper Neil Brockman – with a lifetime of maritime experience, nobody is better qualified to ensure your trip is not only memorable, but most importantly safe for you and your loved ones.

Make your visit to Mousehole complete with a Private Charter

For a special occasion the Cormorant can be booked exclusively as a private charter – please call or email to discuss your individual requirements.

Covid Update

Following the latest government guidelines, thankfully we are back to a full complement of 12 passengers. 

The wearing of masks is optional – outdoor transmission of covid has the smallest of risks, and even less so when you are on a boat in the fresh sea air. Cormorant will be cleaned between trips and hand sanitiser will be available for all passengers.

Cormorant Cruising will continue to follow official Coronavirus advice and update this message regularly to ensure your safety.  

Mousehole heritage walks
Mousehole heritage walks
Mousehole heritage walks
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