Mylor

Mylor Yacht Harbour, Mylor, Nr Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 5UF

Brokerage & New Boat Sales

T: +44 (0)1326 372865
F: +44 (0)1326 372 865
E: mylor@ancasta.com

The office at Mylor facilitates boat sales for the 400 bertholders, boat owners and purchasers in the surrounding vicinity.

Originally the most westerly Naval Dockyard and victualling station in England, then home of HMS Ganges, the Packet ships and centre for the French Resistance during the Second World War, Mylor, is now home to the last remaining fleet of Oystermen under sail, and is a haven for water-lovers of all types.
The moment you list your boat with this office, it is immediately available across our whole network – Falmouth to Brighton, Hamble to S France, Port Solent to Palma.   Please also see our Falmouth office listings for more boats for sale in Cornwall

Opening hours

Monday to Friday – 9am - 5.30pm
Saturday – 10am – 4pm
Sunday – By Appointment Only
Bank Holidays 10am – 4pm

Meet the Falmouth team

Lee Ball

Lee Ball has managed the Ancasta Mylor office since 2010 but his connection to Mylor Yacht Harbour started when it was home for his father’s power boat. Lee joined Ancasta after a successful career in the motor trade. He has a passion for power! He used to race bikes, annually attends the Le Mans 24 hour race and is a product specialist for our Prestige and Beneteau power brands. But he also loves sailing and sailing boats. He is a member of Restronguet sailing club where he sails a Laser (sometimes the right way up) and has become an integral part of the boating community in and around Mylor Yacht Harbour.

Simon Boote

Simon Boote first came to Cornwall as a sailing instructor on the Helford River in the early 1980s. He returned with his family in 2003, having had a career that allowed him to sail all over the world. He took over Ancasta Cornwall (Falmouth and Mylor) in that year and added Ancasta Plymouth to the portfolio in 2007. He remains a passionate sailor both in Cornwall and overseas. He has been a member of the Royal Ocean Racing Club since the mid 1980’s and has competed in many of the world’s premier sailing events. However he is also a proud owner of a Fly-bridge Sports Fishing boat that is “probably one of the most used boats in Cornwall!”

Simon Boote

Simon Boote first came to Cornwall as a sailing instructor on the Helford River in the early 1980s. He returned with his family in 2003, having had a career that allowed him to sail all over the world. He took over Ancasta Cornwall (Falmouth and Mylor) in that year and added Ancasta Plymouth to the portfolio in 2007. He remains a passionate sailor both in Cornwall and overseas. He has been a member of the Royal Ocean Racing Club since the mid 1980’s and has competed in many of the world’s premier sailing events. However he is also a proud owner of a Fly-bridge Sports Fishing boat that is “probably one of the most used boats in Cornwall!”