Over the years Paramour 1 has welcomed aboard many Brides, Grooms, Best Men, ushers, family and friends (even the organist).
Email, or give me a call to discuss arriving at, or leaving, the church or your reception in style-
why "tie the knot", why not "tie a nautical knot"?

Kirsty and Steve, after marrying at Hotel Tresanton, on a get-away-from-it-all trip aboard "Paramour 1", before heading in for their reception. Photo- Kirstin Prisk

Kirsty and Steve
Photo- Kirstin Prisk


Groom, Best Man and ushers leaving Place for St. Just Church
The Groom, Best Man and ushers leaving Place on a misty wedding morning.
Photo: Issy Croker

Adjusting button-holes and lifejackets
Adjusting button-holes and lifejackets.
Photo: Issy Croker



Bride's family
Bride's family.
Photo: Issy Croker


Alongside St. Just churchyard

Get the tide right and Paramour 2 can embark you here, alongside the banks of St. Just churchyard.

Paramour alongside wedding pontoon

St. Just Boatyard built this special
wedding pontoon.

The Bride & Groom, & Place House.
Photo: Kirstin Prisk


Did you think I was joking about the

St Just-in-Roseland Church.




I even have some sparkly lights for the evening do!

There are a number of boats in the area that you can utilise for your wedding, and we often work together on special occasions. Let me know your requirements and I can put you in touch with other skippers.
Most embarkation points are tidal, so this needs to be taken into account when planning your day.