St Ives Boats Services
Seal Island, (Western Carracks), lies 3½ miles (4.8km) West of St Ives, along the rocky Cornish coastline. This rocky outcrop, near Zennor, is home to a colony of Grey Atlantic Seals, where they feel safe, protected from predators and the forces of the Atlantic Ocean.
Built in 1859 to warn mariners of the dangers of the Stones Reef, Godrevy Lighthouse stands 26 meters on a small island just off the shoreline near the North Cliffs. Godrevy lighthouse has been a familiar and welcoming sight for generations of St Ives seafarers.
Our boat, Dolly P, is fully licensed to carry 12 passengers and we are pleased to accept private charters to fulfil your preferred requirements. As well as the advertised trips, we are happy to accommodate your exact excursion wishes.