Take a trip up the coast, passing Newlyn and Penzance, to view what many regard as Cornwall’s most iconic landmark – the majestic St Michael’s Mount.
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.
*Please note that all passengers need to have a reasonable level of fitness with the ability to climb up and down granite steps in order to board the Cormorant. The precise trip itinerary/route is entirely at the discretion of the skipper and for your safety & comfort may vary from our listing due to tides, sea state and weather conditions. If it looks like the conditions are unsuitable your trip may be cancelled – if so you will receive notification via email and a full refund given.
If the specific date and / or time of trip you are wanting is not available please drop us an enquiry at Info@cormorantcruising.co.uk as we may still be able to arrange a trip for you.
Wow! This was worth every penny, Neil is so informative and the views are great. We would definitely recommend this trip. We took the two hour trip out to St Michaels Mount for two people. Thank you again Neil!
A great trip in a beautiful location. Neil was friendly and engaging. It was great to meet someone clearly passionate and knowledgeable about the local area; a real character!
Booked a cruise via email before we visited Cornwall. Neil made this process really easy. The cruise was great, Neil is full of knowledge of the area and made the cruise fun and interesting. Definitely value for money (even though the dolphins were shy). Would highly recommend. from UK, September 2020
We had a boat trip on our friends 65th birthday as we were staying in mousehole it was fab saw lots of interesting sights which Neil the skipper pointed out also saw lots of dolphins on the way back what an amazing sight thanks so much 😁 would definitely recommend 👍