Boat Hire in Potter Heigham on the Norfolk Broads
There is no better place to explore the Norfolk Broads than with a boat hire from Potter Heigham. Potter Heigham is a beautiful Norfolk Broads village located on the junction of the A149 from Stalham and the A1064 from Acle. The village is on the north bank of the River Thurne and has navigational access to Hickling Broads, Heigham Sounds and Horsey Mare waters upstream. If you head downstream on to the River Bure and back upstream on the River Ant, encompassing the whole of the North Broads. Potter Heigham has two bridges, one of which is a medieval bridge; believed to date from 1385, and is famous for being the most difficult to navigate in the Broads. The bridge opening is so narrow that only small cruisers can pass through it, and then only at low water, usually with the help of a pilot - there is a fee each way for holiday craft in the summer.
The boatyards in Potter Heigham offer hire craft of all sizes, luxury cruisers, holiday broads’ cruisers, day boats and also heritage yachts. The boatyards will provide you with the general instruction of use of vessel as well as safety guidance whilst on the Broads. This is a great place to explore the Norfolk Broads whilst on a family boating holiday. Potter Heigham has a designated 24 hour free mooring available with toilet facilities.
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