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Norfolk Broads Boat Trip June 2015 We have been blessed with a glorious summer so far, and what better way to make the best of it than lounging on a boat deck along the rivers Yare and Waverney in historic Norfolk.  So off Winnie went on board Silverline Harmory, a 31-foot long, 12-foot wide motorboat for a tranquil retreat.  From Brundall, she sailed with her family to Norwich, where they admired the magnificent Benedictine Cathedral which went up in barely 45 years, being completed in 1145.  After spending two nights by the yacht station in Norwich learning the ropes on mooring up and casting off, Winnie gained confidence in steering the motorboat to posh Oulton Broad while sampling the local beer of Cantley and Reedham while en route.  The river banks were lined with thick reeds, furnishing the locals with natural materials for their famous and unique Norfolk thatched roofs.  Windmills, some disused while others have been relegated to no more than pumps for drainage, dotted the river banks. It was a quintessentially English holiday.  Winnie now plans to take her next boat trip in the Northern Broads, and perhaps try her hand at some proper sailing on a dinghy.
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Norfolk Broads Boat Trip June 2015 We have been blessed with a glorious summer so far, and what better way to make the best of it than lounging on a boat deck along the rivers Yare and Waverney in historic Norfolk.  So off Winnie went on board Silverline Harmory, a 31-foot long, 12-foot wide motorboat for a tranquil retreat.  From Brundall, she sailed with her family to Norwich, where they admired the magnificent Benedictine Cathedral which went up in barely 45 years, being completed in 1145.  After spending two nights by the yacht station in Norwich learning the ropes on mooring up and casting off, Winnie gained confidence in steering the motorboat to posh Oulton Broad while sampling the local beer of Cantley and Reedham while en route.  The river banks were lined with thick reeds, furnishing the locals with natural materials for their famous and unique Norfolk thatched roofs.  Windmills, some disused while others have been relegated to no more than pumps for drainage, dotted the river banks. It was a quintessentially English holiday.  Winnie now plans to take her next boat trip in the Northern Broads, and perhaps try her hand at some proper sailing on a dinghy.
Copyright © 2016 The Lingoes Ltd The Lingoes Ltd is registered in England and Wales, Company No.: 4937856 
0800 612 8282
info@lingoes.co.uk