Norfolk Broads Boat Hire


The National Park of Norfolk and Suffolk Broads offers over 125 lock free cruising through scenic landscapes with wide open skies providing breath-taking sunsets as well as an abundance of wildlife to spot along your voyage.

The Broads has something to offer everyone, whether you take away the family, or a romantic escape or even a larger friends get away. There are plenty of waterside attractions, villages, towns and nature trails. You can relax and unwind with a visit the beach or for the thrill seekers you can visit Great Yarmouths' Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park, or for a cultural & shopping experience you can visit Norwich City.

Horsey, Norfolk Broads

Suggested boating holiday routes:

Short Breaks: Sticking to the northern rivers, you can explore Barton Broad, Ranworth, Malthouse and South Walsham Broads. Visit Wroxham & Horning, stopping at the pubs for a spot of refreshment, and mooring at St Benet's Abbey for a mid-afternoon walk. Spotting wildlife and the many wind pumps along the river banks as you slowly cruise through the rural rivers.

7 Night Breaks: Over a 7 night break you can explore the whole of the Broads if you wish. Take to Barton Broad to cruise the Broad where it is said that Admiral Horatio Nelson learnt to sail as a boy. Explore the bustling Wroxham town and neighbouring thatched village of Horning. Moor to take a stroll through St Benet's Abbey and cruise along to Potter Heigham, spotting the various wind pumps and wildlife along the way. Cruising through Breyon Water, and onto the southern rivers, which meander through some picturesque scenery and onto Norwich and Oulton Broad - taking some time out to visit the beach or enjoy some sight-seeing in the city.