We are a family run business offering an all year round passenger ferry service for the community of St. Agnes in the Isles of Scilly using two boats, the Spirit of St. Agnes and the Enterprise.
We run daily services (during the Spring, Summer and Autumn seasons) to St. Mary’s, with regular weekly or biweekly trips to Bryher, Tresco and St. Martin’s.
During the winter we run a reduced scheduled service but still operate on a daily basis.
All of our trips are advertised daily via Twitter and on our Facebook page.
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The Skippers and Crew
We have 3 skippers and several crew that work during the year.
Partner in the business with his father David and born on St. Agnes. He has been working on the boats for over 15 years and can usually be found on the boat or walking Seamus his very long haired Bearded Collie (who ironicially does not like boats!)
Partner in the business and John's father. He has lived and worked on St. Agnes most of his life working in fishing and boating following several years working as a merchant seaman.
Works as skipper and crew all year round. Mark is Cornish and came to St. Agnes having worked as a fisherman. He used to run Covean guesthouse so that might be where you have seen him before. Another member of the team with sea in his blood!
Rob lives on St. Agnes and has been working as crew for a few years. He is keen on windsurfing as well as boating and is a keen football supporter!
Tim is another one with sea in his blood but this time from Jamaica! He has lived and worked on St. Agnes for nearly 10 years and is crewing in 2014 for the first time. Tim is also another family member being married to John's sister
Roy lives on St. Mary's and comes from a long line of Scillonians and seafarers. Roy works on dredgers as well as crewing and is always ready with a smile and a chat about your day
Darren Mason and Jacqueline Pearson
Darren and Jacqueline are guides on the wildlife trips and are expert in their areas. Both work for the Seabird Recovery Project. Jacqueline has worked all over the world studying birds including the Falklands but lives on St. Mary's now and manages the Seabrid Recovery Project.
Darren also lives on St. Mary's and is also a sports therapist (he has previously worked for Gloucester Rugby Team). Darren is extremely eagle eyed at spotting wildlife so you can be sure never to miss anything!