Getting to Scilly
There are 3 ways to get to Scilly and include flying or travelling by boat. The Scillonian III passenger ferry operates between Penzance and St Mary's and offers a daily sailing for people staying on the islands and day trippers. The journey by boat takes approximately 2 hours 45 minutes or alternatively you can fly by plane from Exeter, Newquay or Lands End or by helicopter from Lands End. To book your travel or view travel options please click the button below to take you to the official Isles of Scilly Travel website.
Things to Do
The Isles of Scilly offer a special quality of life - simpler, kinder and more peaceful. A quality long lost to many other parts of the UK. And 2,200 people are lucky enough to call it home. There are five inhabited islands - St. Mary's, Tresco, St. Martin's, Bryher and St. Agnes plus countless uninhabited ones to explore. Each island has distinct characteristics. Scilly also boasts an incredible ancient history and archaeology, alongside sweeping sea views and rugged undeveloped coasts. Out at sea, there are incredible shipwrecks and amazing wildlife.
St Mary's Boatmen's Association
The Boatmen's Association offers a daily schedule of boating to all the main inhabited islands and some of the uninhabited islands as well a wildlife tours and fishing trips. Please click on the button below to view their website on the services they run from the main quay on St Mary's.