We have been boating on the Norfolk broads now for near on 15 years,and thought it was about time to pass on some of that information based on our travels.
most places mentioned are also possible to see by road.
I f you've never been Boating on the Norfolk Broads I would highly recommend it,its is peaceful and at a slow pace.
If your looking for a lively place with nightclubs then this is not for you.
Just back from a week in September on Jazz2 with a Brinkcraft Cruiser, I hope to
The jazz Class Boats are ex Connoisseur Boats from France and have been re-furbished,my View :They are excellent for the Norfolk Broads.
On Board you have:
* Color TV /DVD
* Hair Dryer
* Heating (warm air)
* Fully equipped galley
* Bed Linen: sheets, duvet, pillows, blankets
* Sundeck and forward well
* Electric anchor winch
* Dual steering positions
* Inverter for 240v power
* Rear double or twin cabin
* Convertible twin or double berth in saloon
* Separate toilet and basin
Now for the Negatives,not many:
TV Ariel is weak so you may not get reception in some Areas
No Bow thrusters (being picky there).
Google map: http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?hl=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=104675894248005385760.00048d16eaa745063c3ad&t=h&z=11
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