Description & main attractions
The port of Falmouth is located at the mouth of the Fal Estuary, in one of the largest deep-water natural harbours in the world and an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Falmouth is one of the main sailing destinations in the county of Cornwall which makes up the western end of England, and is a traditional stepping-off point for sailors commencing their voyages south to Europe and west across the Atlantic.
A centre for art galleries, festivals and maritime heritage, the town is also near many of Cornwall’s main tourist attractions and beaches.
Host marina / Port information
The Barbados 50 yachts will be berthed at Port Pendennis Marina, located at the heart of Falmouth’s historic waterfront and near the National Maritime Museum of Cornwall.
A full service marina with an outer basin accessible in all tides, and a tidal inner basin, full repair facilities and boatyard are near by.
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