At Waterways Holidays we provide most of the cruising boats available on the Norfolk Broads, from 2 to 12 holiday makers, make us the first choice when searching for your next Broads boating holiday
Hire Boats on the Norfolk Broads
There are many different types of hire boat available for holidaying on the Norfolk Broads.
Try sailing a traditional wooden yacht; the oldest little yacht you can hire is over 100 years old and is based on the design of a Victorian gentleman's yacht, perfect for 2.
The larger yachts can sleep up to 8 people and if sailing isn't your thing, then you can still turn heads by hiring an original wooden Broads Cruiser, designed to be able to pass under the lowest of bridges on the River Thurne at Potter Heigham.
If you like a few mod cons then why not hire a cabin cruiser from the huge choice of modern comfortable cruisers. These boats can feature onboard heating, TVs and 240V mains type of power, complete with bow and stern thrusters for easy steering, sleeping from 2 people (2 berths) up to 12 berths.
All boats are hired complete with bed linen, some of the yachts have sleeping bags instead of duvets. They also come with cooking facilities, pots and pans, crockery and cutlery. You usually need to bring your own towels.
All boats have at least one toilet and all the cruisers have showers. Because of their design it is not always possible to have a shower on a yacht, but there are showers close to overnight moorings on different parts of the Broads.
Find your perfect Norfolk Broads boating holiday today. Use our live availability search of over 750 Broads cruisers from a choice of 10 bases, including Wroxham, Horning, Ludham, Acle, Brundall, Potter Heigham and Chedgrave.
For more information or to book your Norfolk Broads holiday please call our helpful and friendly team on 01252 796400 or Email us via the Contact form on this page.
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