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Little Falmouth Yacht Yard

Flushing, Falmouth

Cornwall, TR11 5TJ

Facilities

Falmouth boatyard

There has been a boatyard on this site since the 15th century, providing the South West peninsula with necessary marine services and facilities ever since.  Notable past customers include the Cutty Sark and Gypsy Moth IV.

Today we have teamed the yard's pedigree with modern equipment to handle all craft from hi-tech Kevlar constructions and luxury yachts to traditional timber craft such as vintage tenders.

Our undercover workshop facilities cover an area of 10,000 square metres, enabling the yard to continue to provide first class facilities to all types of craft, large and small.

We have recently overhauled the yard to significantly improve the facilities for boat owners.  The car parks have been enlarged, the yard resurfaced and the slipways refurbished. New water pipes and electrical points together with new security fencing means a better quality all round service for the boats stored with us during the winter months.  

If it's been a while since you've seen the yard or you've never visited at all, do arrange to drop by so we can show you the improvements.

Latest News

Pirate, sister of Ocean Pirate, fully restored for Jersey Boat Show

Classic offshore power boat restored to star in Jersey Boat Show

A classic offshore power cruiser built in 1974 and declared a loss five years ago is to motor from Falmouth to Jersey to star in the Jersey Boat Show.

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston on Suhaili in the Golden Globe Race

Two FBC Biscay 36s to star in Suhaili Parade of Sail

Goldstar, to be raced by Antoine Cousot, and E'le May, to be raced by Nabil Amra, will take part in the Suhaili Parade of Sail to mark the Golden Globe Race 2018.

From Our Blog

Jun 11
Down and dirty: dealing with diesel bug

Power cruiser Pirate picked up dirty fuel so we had to clean the engine and filter the fuel.

Apr 09
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