Waveney River Tours have been sailing on Suffolk's Broads & Rivers since 1970.
All cruises depart from Mutford Lock, Bridge Road, Oulton Broad, NR33 9JS
You do not need to book in advance as Tickets are sold on the day when the booking office Opens at 10.00am
Or if you prefer to book ahead and reserve your space please call 01502 574903 and leave your Name, Number and How many Spaces, Date and Time of the cruise and we will be happy to put your name down on the reservation list.Some wheelchair capacity on cruises, Please call 01502 574903 for details. Well behaved dogs are welcome onboard .The cruises will take place on the passenger vessel The Waveney Princess. Live Commentary from the Skipper, Fully Licensed Bar, Small gift shop and two toilets onboard the vessel.
OULTON BROAD DAY BOATS
Self drive boat hire by the hour or day, spend time afloat in the newly created Broads National park here in Suffolk. No visit to Suffolk is complete without a visit to the new Broads National Park. The boats are based in Oulton Broad, which is an interesting place to start.
This is the Broads southern gateway where the river Waveney meets the sea. Your boat could take you to the market town of Beccles or the Roman Fort at Burgh Castle. There are pubs and restaurants along the river banks where you could stop for a meal or just picnic on the riverbank.
River Waveney Sightseeing & Marshland Cruise – 90 minutes Cruise around Oulton Broad and along Oulton Dyke on the Waveney Princess. Enjoy panoramic views and take a peep at the riverside houses and boat sheds that line the riverbanks of the largest Broad in the National Park. The cruise then turns west passing the grazing marshlands along the Angles Way and the Waveney River Centre at Burgh St Peter.Visit Website
April - October
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