The Torbay Round Robin

From Teignmouth & Dawlish… (Via Brixham)

Since the successful launch of the Teignmouth Round Robin from Torbay, we’ve been inundated with requests to be able to travel back to Torbay with us from Teignmouth (& Dawlish!)*… And we’ve listened!

Sailing along some of the most magnificent coastline and areas of outstanding natural beauty, returning via train along Devon’s famous Riviera Line at a time of your choosing later in the day.


Have a discount railcard? – You could save money by purchasing a single fare. See here.

Sailing southwest of Teignmouth towards the Torbay you’ll see Thatchers Rock a breeding ground for local birds, the Orestone, Hopes Nose, Ansteys Cove, Babbacombe and Oddicombe Beach.

You can get far closer to the shoreline along this part of the Seafood coast than most other day cruises locally – You wont be needing binoculars to appreciate the beauty and wildlife.

Torbay Round Robin Map
We land at Brixham – Fish Town at 2:15pm in the historic working port. It is the top earning fishing port in England, and you’ll see the trawlers moored up as we enter the harbour.

Brixham is packed with restaurants, boutique & independent shops, traditional fishermen pubs, coffee shops, and cocktail bars – not to mention as much fresh sea food as you can eat!

Returning is easy – just hope back on the boat at 4:15pm from Brixham, to arrive in Paignton at 4:40pm. Then you have the freedom to return at your leisure by train. Trundle along the scenic Riviera Line back to where you started, or hop on and off as you please!

Make your day as long or as short as you like whatever the weather!

      Omg i was so excited when i saw the dolphins, that really made the trip for me. we did see plenty of birds etc but the dolphins were amazing.

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      we took the boat trip and it was very nice and and worth the money and it takes about 20 min well worth the money and the captain talks about what you can see

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      We went on the mackeral fishing trip, teenagers thought it was really cool, they caught 10 between them, the skipper was great and took the time to show them how to do it properly. Interesting facts about fishing and his dog was lovely too. My...More

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Simply catch your boat at Teignmouth, the rest is easy…

Once you’ve boarded your boat in Teignmouth the crew are on hand to help you plan your day…

Step 0: – optional! Depart Dawlish station for Teignmouth (included in fare)


Step 1: Sail from Teignmouth: 1:05pm

  • Departs New Fish Quay Passenger Pontoon (opp. the New Quay Inn)
  • (approx 1 hour 20 mins sailing time)


Step 2: Land at Brixham (FishTown): 2:15pm

  • Brixham Harbour – Main passenger ferry pontoon
  • (approx 2 hours landing time)


Step 3: Sail from Brixham (FishTown): 4:15pm

  • Brixham Harbour – Main passenger ferry pontoon
  • (20 mins sailing time)


Step 4: Land at Paignton: 16:40pm

  • (Stay as long as you like)


Step 5: Catch any Great Western Railway train to Teignmouth (or Dawlish)

  • Hop on and off as you please on the return
  • Approx 2 trains per hour
  • Last train around 11pm
  • (approx 20 minutes journey time)

Round Robin Ticket Prices…

Includes Sea voyages & train travel.

Children under 3 years travel free…
… and so do dogs! 🙂

Single tickets are also availble – see here.


5% OFF TEIGNMOUTH Round Robin or Single Fare! Use voucher code "HIGH5" on checkout. Online booking only. Offer can be withdrawn without notice. Dismiss

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