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6 tips for visiting Cornwall with your superyacht

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Berth at: Port Pendennis Marina

While the French Riviera or the Greek Islands might seem like the most obvious summer superyacht destination visiting the British Isles can offer the perfect family vacation. With fine dining, secluded beaches and stunning scenery Cornwall has more to offer than you might think. Here we reveal how to make the most of a visit to Cornwall with your superyacht.

Berth at: Port Pendennis Marina

Port Pendennis Maria is the only fully serviced marina in the region that can accommodate superyachts. It has a large outer harbour with 260 metres of pontoon dedicated to visiting yachts. It also offers unrestricted tidal access with a minimum depth of 4.6 metres.

Alternatively if your superyacht is in need of a little TLC then Pendennis Shipyard can accommodate yachts in its wet basin. The Pendennis Yacht Support team can also help with arrival support, customs and provisioning contacts.

Alternatively drop anchor in one of the many bays and estuaries and explore hidden pathways and beaches by tender.

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