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Norfolk Broads Boat Hire June 2019 Newsletter

Summer's Here!
Got some days to spare this month? Come sailing on the Broads.
The days are long, the sun is high and the prices are much lower than July and August.

-Click the boat names for more information

Boat Name

Nights Sleeps Dates Hire
Charge
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Brinks Jazz
Barnes Brinkcraft
Wroxham
4 4 10th June £509 £127

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Windsor Bridge
Bridgecraft
Acle
4 5 11th June £526 £105

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Brooklyn Bridge
Bridgecraft
Acle
4 6 11th June £809

£135

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Fair Monarch
Faircraft
Wroxham
4 6 10th June £1210 £202

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Tideway
Richardsons
Stalham

4 8 10th June £505 £63

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Broads Serenade
Richardsons
Stalham

4 9 10th June £861 £96

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Chelsea Bridge
Bridgecraft
Acle
7 4 14th June £540 £135

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Silver Sirocco
Silverline Marine
Brundall
7 4 15th June £1325 £331

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San Julian
Richardsons
Stalham
7 6 14th June £1002 £167

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London Bridge
Bridgecraft
Acle

7 6 18th June £1108 £185

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Tamar Bridge
Bridgecraft

Acle

7 6 14th June £1243 £207

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Corsica
Richardsons
Stalham

7 10 14th June £1192 £119

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Prices shown are the accommodation charges taken from the Hoseasons reservation system, and do not include damage waiver or fuel deposit. Prices are correct at the time of writing but remain subject to change.
Full terms and conditions available on the Hoseasons website
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This Month's news and features
Just the usual reminder that the Live Music and Other Events page has been updated to include events up until the end of July. Highlights to watch out for are Kemps Men, Norfolk's own Morris Dancers and the The Water Rats travelling jazz band at the White Horse in Loddon on two dates in July, and a Beer Festival at the White Horse in Upton, where no less than five bands will be playing over the weekend of the 5th to 7th July. For more dates click HERE

Norfolk Broads City, town and Village lowdown - Sutton Staithe

Sutton Staithe

Sutton Staithe lies at the end of a branch off from the River Ant. As you leave Barton Broad, heading away from Ludham Bridge, you will see sign-posts directing you to Stalham and Sutton. The Sutton turn branches off to the right. You will cruise over Sutton Broad before reaching the moorings at the staithe, located at the far end of the Broad. There is room for around 20 to 24 boats depending on their size. Most are situated in a narrow dyke which leads up to the Sutton Staithe Hotel green. The moorings on the green are preferred as they are more open and water hoses are to hand. However, Sutton staithe is very popular and you should make your arrival around mid morning or mid afternoon to have the best chance of getting moored, espcially on Friday afternoons when a great number of Richardsons craft will overnight ready to return their boats the next morning. (Richardsons at Stalham is only a 30 to 40 minutes cruise from here) There is ample room to turn your boat at the far end of the "green" moorings, just in front of Sutton Staithe boatyard.

Eating and Drinking: The Sutton Staithe Hotel is the only establishment within reasonable walking distance of the moorings

Local Attractions: This is a delightful location, either nestled under the trees in the narrow dyke or in the open space of the green moorings. You will see many boats come and go as the moorings are popular so just sit back and watch the world go by. Sutton Pottery and Mill is a 20 minute walk away. Here you can purchase local made pottery and view the workshops. Open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm with an hour break for lunch. The small town of Stalham, with it's Tesco supermarket, pubs, restaurants and many small shops, is a 20 to 30 minute walk away.

Other Services: The village centre with a post office and garden centre is around 20 minutes walk away.

TIP. The hotel is a popular stop off point for Norfolk Broads boat hirers wanting to eat in their restaurant. We recommend you book a table and to be at your moorings by early afternoon.

For more information and locations consult our Sutton Staithe map

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