Boat Holiday Norfolk

Boat Holiday NorfolkIf you are stuck for something to do with the family, why not opt for a Boat Holiday Norfolk style? Sailing the waterways in one of the most beautiful counties in the country has to be one of the best ways to spend some free time and find some quality time with your loved ones.

When you are on a Boat Holiday Norfolk has so much to offer. The miles of waterways take you through numerous towns and villages and give you the chance to meet people in any number of places. It is also a good opportunity to spend time with your extended family, as many boats are available which have room for 10 or more people without feeling cramped or claustrophobic.

Take the Bikes on the Boat Holiday Norfolk

Explore More and Take Your Bikes on the Boating HolidayThose who take bicycles with them on their sailing holiday can cover a lot more ground, exploring the towns and villages along the way in half the time that it can be done on foot. The River Bure, during the summer months, attracts enthusiasts of ‘swim trekking’. This is simply swimmers in wet suits making their way down a river. These are often organised by companies and participants may spend two or three days making their way along a river from one town to another, with scheduled stops along the way.

Watch our Norfolk Broads boating video to get a great idea about the boats, the location and the areas you can cruise when you are on one of the boating holidays.

Choose the boating holidays in Norfolk

Lots of Boatyards to Choose from with Boat Holiday Norfolk

Comfortable Boats for Hire in Norfolk

There are loads of boating holiday options in Norfolk and with plenty of stunning locations to start your holiday from including Wroxham, Horning, Hickling, Acle and many more you really are spoilt for choice.

Of course, those on a Boat Holiday Norfolk may prefer to just relax, in which case simply sit back and watch others braving the chilly waters. There are many other activities available and not all of them involve getting your feet wet. There are many walking trails and those looking for a little retail therapy will find many shopping opportunities along the waterways, from independent shops to high street names and everything in between. Sightseeing should not be missed either, with tourist attractions from historic monuments to zoos all across the region.  Make sure you take to the most popular and famous of all the boating areas in the UK and enjoy a Boat Holiday Norfolk style this year.

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