Single and double sit-on kayaks.
Discover St. Mawes & The Roseland under
paddle power- it’s magical.
Fun and stable sit-on kayaks,
one of the easiest ways to get afloat.
We’ve all you need to get paddling.
Click here for details
Mini Cruises & Water Taxi
RIB (rigid inflatable boat) trips for up to
9 passengers, and a water taxi service
aboard Paramour 2.
Take a fast ride out into the bay,
head up the River Fal or down to Helford.
Maybe you’d like an evening pick-up in St. Mawes, Falmouth or elsewhere in the Carrick Roads?
More fun than the bus!
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ALWAYS BOOK IN ADVANCE IF POSSIBLE
A film, made by Zack, showcasing a little of the St Mawes Kayaks, Mini Cruises & Water Taxi experience
All videos are on the Video Page.
Coronavirus Information –
A maximum of seven passengers aboard “Paramour 2” all from same household / family group / bubble / coven etc…
We are in the best place to avoid catching the virus- outside, but it is not a zero risk, so if you feel at all unsure I urge you not to come afloat. We will be wiping down surfaces / equipment with detergent and disinfectant solution or disinfectant wipes.
We will not be able to operate to normal capacity so I urge you to book and pay in advance, this is best done by email or using the contact form on the website. Let me know what you would like to do, with times etc… Look at the information and tariffs on the website for as much detail as possible. Don’t forget that most destinations are also operating under new restrictions and will require more booking. Payment can only be made once I have confirmed all details with you. As always any payment made will be fully refunded should bad weather scupper your plans and, in view of the current situation, if restrictions are reintroduced or any of your party become unwell this will also qualify for a full refund (I hope not too many..!). So please book with confidence.
Very best wishes and hope to see you soon, Mark.
Paramour 2, heading to Helford on a beautiful summer’s day last year.
Let’s hope there are more days like this to come in 2020.
Thanks Rebecca for the picture.
Over the last few years the RNLI has seen a huge increase in the number of call-outs to rescue inexperienced kayakers and paddle-boarders. So please listen to our advice on the day, paddle within your limits, stay close to the shore, think about the paddle back (it will be more difficult against wind and / or tide), and be aware of changing conditions.
We have never had any serious incidents, and I would very much like to keep it that way!
Always check the FB page for up to date information (weather / events / news etc…) Go to it by clicking the Facebook icon at the bottom of the page, or the “News” tab at the top (you don’t need a FB account to view my page. If you do have one, don’t forget to “like” my page while you are there- thanks).
10% off prices with the Fal Mussel Card
(not including Winter Season)