Cruising the River Bure Cruising the River Bure Dyke leading to Womack Water, an ideal mooring spot for Norfolk Broads hire boats Dyke leading to Womack Water, an ideal mooring spot for Norfolk Broads hire boats

Suggested Holiday Itineraries

First time sailors will often cruise for hour after hour each day of their holiday and while there is nothing wrong with this approach, it can mean that you are bypassing some picturesque villages or other points of interest. So what is the ideal amount of time to cruise but still have time to step ashore at interesting stop off points? Perhaps an hour's cruise in the morning and a couple of hours after lunch will allow you to experience the best of both worlds so to speak. Below are a few suggested itineraries which are designed to get the most from your trip on the Broads but without cruising more than 3 to 4 hours per day.

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