SAILING THROUGHOUT THE SEASON>>
Oulton Broad lies within the new Broads National Park and is the major Broad in Suffolk. Our tours start beside Mutford Lock a restored Sea Lock which is frequently in operation allowing coastal craft access to the Broads. Based here is the Waveney Princess equipped with an open top deck and offering panoramic views over the Broadland landscape. Reed Warblers and Reed Buntings can often be heard singing from the reed beds as we sail past and Marsh Harriers sometimes fly with us alongside the boat. The River Waveney is famous for its floating yellow water lilies which start blooming during May.
River Waveney Marshlands Cruise
A delighful cruise along the Norfolk/Suffolk border travelling through the grazing marshlands on the Angles Way and taking in the waterside village of Burgh St Peter.
Oulton Broad Circular Tour
This sightseeing cruise sails around Oulton Broad and the first stretch of Oulton Dyke. See the boatyards and boathouses built along the banks of the largest Broad in the National Park.
Victorian Heritage Cruise
Following Sir Samuel Morton Peto's historic railway line through the Waveney Valley to the 100 year old railway swingbridge at Somerleyton.
A good chance of seeing Marsh Harrier's on the wing.
Child £8.00 Adult £12.00
April May Sept Oct 11:00am & 2:00pm
June July August Sept 11:00am
Sailing Daily April to October
except Mondays & Fridays during April, Sept & October
Child £6.00 Adult £9.00
June July & August only 1:00pm
Sailing Daily June to August
Duration approx 90 minutes
Duration approx 40 minutes
Child £9.00 Adult £15.00
June July August & Sept 2:00pm
Sailing Daily June to Sept
Duration approx 2 hours
Toilets Fully Licensed Bar Tea & Coffee Shop Onboard the Waveney Princess
Some Wheelchair Spaces Available Well behaved dogs are welcome onboard