Over the years Paramour has welcomed aboard many Brides, Grooms, Best Men, ushers, family and friends (even the organist).
Email, or give me a call to discuss arriving at, or leaving, the church or your reception in style-
why "tie the knot", why not "tie a nautical knot"?

Kirsty and Steve, after marrying at Hotel Tresanton, on a get-away-from-it-all trip aboard "Paramour", before heading in for their reception. Photo- Kirstin Prisk

Kirsty and Steve
Photo- Kirstin Prisk


Groom, Best Man and ushers leaving Place for St. Just Church
The Groom, Best Man and ushers leaving Place on a misty wedding morning.
Photo: Issy Croker

Adjusting button-holes and lifejackets
Adjusting button-holes and lifejackets.
Photo: Issy Croker



Bride's family
Bride's family.
Photo: Issy Croker


Alongside St. Just churchyard

Get the tide right and Paramour can embark you here, alongside the banks of St. Just churchyard.

Paramour alongside wedding pontoon

St. Just Boatyard built this special
wedding pontoon.

The Bride & Groom, & Place House.
Photo: Kirstin Prisk


Did you think I was joking about the

St Just-in-Roseland Church.




I even have some sparkly lights for the evening do!

There are a number of boats in the area that you can utilise for your wedding, and we often work together on special occasions. Let me know your requirements and I can put you in touch with other skippers.