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The Cremyll Ferry To And From Admirals Hard In Plymouth Devon to Cremyll In Cornwall.
 
Make the Cremyll Ferry a part of your journey, it will make it a journey you will never ever forget for the rest of your life..
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Take a trip on our beautiful, historic foot ferry between, The Rame Peninsula Cornwall's forgotten corner and the fascinating and historic Devonport area of Plymouth. Loved for centuries by all who have travelled on her, the Cremyll Ferry is recognized as one of Plymouth's hidden gems.
 

Whether you are commuting, or arriving into Devon or Cornwall, the 8 minute trip, allows you to cross the River Tamar and take in one of the most spectacular coastlines surrounding Plymouth, affording fascinating views of historic Mount Edgcumbe, Royal William Yard and the Plymouth Sound.

 

"The Cremyll Ferry just makes my heart lift when I catch it. I get off the train at Plymouth, hop in a cab to the ferry quay, and literally sigh, as we cast off. There is no better way to arrive in Cornwall?"
Elaine Jury, Blackheath

 

"Its a great way to commute. Like going on holiday every day!"
Karen Holland, Local commuter

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"The journey across The Tamar River via the Cremyll Ferry to Mount Edgcumbe and its pebble beaches on the other side is delightful."
Angela Rippon, Newsreader and Celebrity

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The ferry is served by public transport from both Plymouth and Cremyll In Cornwall so with in minutes of getting off the ferry from Plymouth you are spoilt for choices be it sitting on the beach in the award winning Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, exploring The Rame Peninsula and the villages of Kingsand and Cawsand or Surfing at Whitsand Bay  or why not take a walk along one of the worlds top the truly inspirational South West Coastal Path National Trail, Come on then, what will you do ?
 
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Cremyll Ferry Timetable from 1st October till 31st March 2015 (Winter Service) 
 
  Departure Times From Each Side Of The River Tamar 
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.Monday to Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Cremyll Cornwall Admirals Hard Plymouth Cremyll Cornwall Admirals Hard Plymouth Cremyll Cornwall Admirals Hard Plymouth Cremyll Cornwall Admirals Hard Plymouth
               

06.45

07.15

06.45

07.15

08.00

08.15

09.00

09.15

07.30

07.45

07.30

07.45

08.30

08.45

09.30

09.45

08.15

08.45

08.15

08.45

09.00

09.15

10.15

09.00

09.15

09.00

09.15

09.30

09.30

09.30

         
Then on the hour and half past the hour, Last Ferry 18:30  Then a quarter to and a quarter past the hour, Last ferry 18:45 Then on the hour and half past the hour, Last Ferry 18:30 Then a quarter to and a quarter past the hour, Last Ferry 18:45  Then on the hour and half past the hour, Last Ferry 18:30  Then a quarter to and a quarter past the hour, Last Ferry 18:45 Then on the hour and half past the hour, Last Ferry 18.00 Then a quarter to and a quarter past the hour, Last Ferry 18.15
 
Adult Fare : £1.30
Child Fare (5 to 15 years) : £0.65
Under 5 Years : Free
Bikes: £0.65
Parcels 0.65p
 
Dogs are allowed on the ferry but must be on a lead and under control at all times, and are the responsibility of their owners.
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Cremyll Ferry departs from Admirals Hard, Stonehouse ,Plymouth every 30 minutes, 15 minutes and 45 minutes past the hour (With a 8 minute crossing time)

No 34 Citybus from Royal Parade Plymouth (Plymouth City Centre) will bring you to the Cremyll Ferry departure point.

If you are using Sat Nav the post code would be PL1 3RJ

Sundays Service Applies To All Bank Holidays
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No Service on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.
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 Times Given In Good Faith, Are Subject To Tide, Weather Conditions and River Traffic. 
The Cremyll Ferry Is Supported by Both Cornwall Council and Plymouth City Council.
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www.cremyll-ferry.co.uk