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Little Falmouth Yacht Yard

Flushing, Falmouth

Cornwall, TR11 5TJ

The Team

Boat repair Cornwall

Falmouth Boat Co is a privately owned boat company and there are currently 18 members of staff working in the yard, workshops and office headed up by managing director Jonathan Fielding.

Boat Repair

The team’s extensive skillset ranges from the technically challenging advanced composite repair work to the logistical workings of hauling and relaunching boats. Repairs are the most common type of work, whether to RNLI lifeboats, yachts or commercial vessels such as fishing boats, survey vessels and offshore support boats.

Boat Restoration

We enjoy boat restoration work and are involved with projects as varied as refitting a 1970s gentleman’s power cruiser to rebuilding a century old naval cutter, including its steam engine from the original drawings.

First Class Service

Diverse as the skills that we employ are, the team is united in the staff members’ passion for boats, attention to detail and dedication to providing first class service.

We are proud to be a part of the marine industry, working out of a historic yard, using contemporary techniques to ensure that owners get the most from their boats, whether for work or pleasure.

Our Friends

Having been established for so long, we have many friends who we enjoy working with.  They each have specialist skills that help us to deliver the all round package of service and facilities that make Falmouth Boat Co such a special place.  We are very happy to endorse their skills and experience.

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Latest News

Brieuc Morin (APPB) and Jonathan Fielding (BMSW)

Full Steam Ahead for Anglo-French Agreement to Boost Marine Tourism

An agreement has been made between the UK’s South West and Northern French marine businesses in a bid to boost tourism amid the uncertainties surrounding Brexit.

Biscay 36

Biscay 36 Moulds Discovered After 26 Years

We are absolutely delighted to have been invited to see the Biscay 36 moulds that this yard used to build the last Biscay 36 in 1990.

From Our Blog

Feb 15
Putting a spring in your step

From mooring strops to masts, here’s a checklist to get your boat ready to launch.

Nov 14
Don’t put your winter boat care on ice

After a season’s use it’s a good idea to give your equipment a good once over.

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