The Norfolk Broads, an area of great natural beauty and a haven for wildlife, is one of England’s most popular cruising grounds. Renowned for its rural lifestyle and great boat-building traditions, and synonymous with images of families having fun on the water, this is a great place to simply relax and enjoy an altogether slower pace of life.
Horning > Wroxham > How Hill Nature Reserve > Horning
Discover the great natural beauty of the Norfolk Broads which is a haven for wildlife and one of the most popular cruising grounds of England. Discover its nature reserve and enjoy a pint of beer in the pub of one of its typical English village.
Horning > Horsey Mere > Horning
Horning - Horsey Mere - Horning
Although just short distance away by road, it is easy to spend a week cruising this idyllic northern section of the Broads as there is so much to see and do. At the village of Woodbastwick on the edge of Cockshoot Broad visit the local Norfolk Brewery and taste some real ale!
Horning > Oulton Board > Horning
Seaside, cathedral cities and sailing are all aspects of this lovely coastal cruise on the Broads. From Horning, head to Oulton Broad via the Rivers Bure, Yare and Waveney. By the coast at Oulton Broad spend some time at the Lowestoft Maritime Museum and see the international Sailing Craft Association’s fascinating display of boats from every continent. For a change ...
Horning > Oulton Board > Hickling Broad > Horning
Horning - Horning
A fantastic chance to visit the whole area taking in all the major sites, towns and villages and cruising on all the best parts of the Broads, encompassing all the highlights of the other featured cruises.