We have wherries available for charter this summer - contact us now to make a booking.
The wonderful wherries Norada and White Moth are fully restored and in sailing order, ready to carry guests on tours around the Norfolk Broads. You can join us on public sailings, private charters and educational visits, and every booking helps us to secure their future.
Chartering a wherry with us gives you exclusive use from a day to a week. We also offer public sailings and various other ways to support our charitable work, including becoming a Friend. All income allows us to invest in restoration and brings the fleet closer to sailing together again.
© Katy Walters
Olive is seen here on her official return to the water, alongside Norada and White Moth, at Malthouse Broad (Ranworth) on 7th July 2013. She is externally restored to sailing order, and will now have interior work done to bring her to full charter condition.
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Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund
© Katy Walters
We're now looking ahead to our 2014 season of public sailings, viewings and other events. Dates and details will be released publicly once they have been sent to our Friends. Urgent note: please see our events page for information on the Friends' exclusive event on 15th March.
Maintenance and restoration are, as ever, top of the winter agenda. The big task at present is Hathor's hull, completion of which will ensure the dry conditions that will enable her interior to be brought back to its full glory over 2014. Relaunch is planned for 2015, but at this stage we can't be too specific about exactly when - watch this space for details! You can also visit our News page for photos and updates - so far we've brought her out of the water and started removing rotten hull planks. Our News page also has information on Hathor's smallest sister... intrigued?
If you'd like a brochure for our holiday charters or educational or corporate offerings, please see our contact page for all our details