Richardsons Stalham

Richardsons Boatyard Stalham offers many different size craft for hire, from Cabin Cruisers to 12 berth family Cruisers on the Broads.

The Norfolk Broads has been proudly preserved for many hundreds of years, and as you sail along the vast waters taking in the scenery around you, there's a lot to take in. From windmills and ruins to churches, historic pubs and local villages, there's never a dull moment. Unlike many other destinations in the UK, the Broads haven't changed much over the years, making it an ideal place for those looking for something beautiful yet natural.

Richardson's Boat Yard in Stalham is the perfect choice for your Broads craft hire. They have been providing boating holidays on the Norfolk Broads for over 6 decades. Richardsons boatyard has one of the widest choice and range of live-aboard hire boats in East Anglia, ensuring that there will be a craft available to suit any family or group. Parking within the boatyards confines is included with all bookings as well as a free WiFi dongle to use whilst aboard your craft. Here you can select Cruisers from smaller 2 berth Cabin Cruisers, upto large 10 or even 12 berth family boats with large sundecks, sliding opening canopies and many other configurations.

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The river Ant attracts hundreds of sailors every year, and will lead you to the most beautiful areas. These untouched valleys and paths will have you gazing for hours, admiring their beauty. Richardson's is located in Stalham on the River Ant (which leads down into the River Bure). The Norfolk Broads is part of Britain's National Parks, and therefore all the nature and wildlife is secure. With more than 200km of water, you won't find a larger wetland in the country. In medieval times, the Broads were used to find fuel and other much-needed resources. Now, they are home to thousands of creatures, and welcome hundreds of visitors. Nearby, visitors can make the trip to the beaches of Great Yarmouth, a popular seaside destination.

Traveling to the Western part of the Broads will allow you to discover Norwich, a city brimming with history and culture. It boasts a castle, cathedral and a multitude of museums and shops. For the avid boater, there are many events which take place throughout the year, include competitions and races. For those who would rather stay out of the water, there are festivals, bike rides and walks which are held regularly.