Wherry Yacht Charter
Caring for the Broads' last wherry fleet

We have beautiful Edwardian wherries available for skippered charters in 2015 - contact us now to make a booking for a day cruise or holiday.

Can you help us keep sailing? Our wherries only sail thanks to the hard work of our volunteers. We welcome all assistance, from crewing and boat maintenance to organisation behind the scenes. Becoming a Friend is the gateway to a host of opportunities, but there are various other ways to support our charitable work. All help and income allows us to invest in restoration and brings the fleet closer to sailing together again.

Norada, Olive and White Moth at Ranworth

© Katy Walters

Olive is seen here on her official return to the water, alongside Norada and White Moth, at Malthouse Broad (Ranworth) in 2013. She is now in full charter condition and our attention has turned to our pleasure wherry Hathor. See our news page.

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Norada on Malthouse Broad

© Katy Walters

Latest news

Sailing season is over and winter maintenance and restoration schedules are in full flow with small-scale hull work on White Moth, and more intricate restoration of Hathor's inlaid woodwork also underway. We also have a Lead Appeal - can you help us re-ballast our wherries? Please visit our News page for details and updates on all of these.

Christmas offer: buy a £15 gift membership and a £30 voucher (for sailings or merchandise) for £40, saving £5. Complete our membership form to take advantage of this deal - use the "how did you hear about us?" box to specify you'd like the offer, and make your payment for £40.

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Wherry Yacht Charter is a registered charity (as Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust), number 1096073