It can safely be said that the Norfolk boating breaks are a fantastic way to spend a holiday. Boats are available to hire from as little as half a day upwards. Boats will accommodate from two people up to around seven and they have light and airy interiors. Costs vary as to the type of boat and how long you want it for but there should be something to suite everyone’s price range.
The most popular type of boat on the Broads are cruisers. They are well equipped and have spacious living areas. Most will accommodate pets, so no need to concern yourself about leaving them behind. Along the way there are many pubs and inns so you can stop off and have a refreshing drink and a bit to eat.
The Broads consist of seven rivers and sixty-three lakes. This covers an area of three hundred and three kilometres. There is an abundance of wild life to observe and stunning scenery to admire. A stop off at Wroxham Barnes is advisable so you can visit the many local craft shops, cafes and a family zoo. If you should want a day off from boating then a trip to Caister Castle Motor Museum will provide interest for all the family.
Generally you will not wish to spend much time away from the boat. The interiors are spacious and very comfortable. The sun deck will provide the perfect opportunity to indulge in some alfresco eating. The Norfolk Boating Breaks are great for everyone. Do not worry if you have never been on a boat before, as full training will be given before you set off.
On the Norfolk boating breaks everyone will enjoy themselves. Children love messing about on rivers and adults can relax and enjoy the scenery. If you get tired of sailing, then pull over and visit one of the many quaint pubs along the way. You will go home from this holiday feeling totally rejuvenated and relaxed. This is a great way to recharge your batteries.