Boat Trips in Norfolk
The Light at the End of the Tunnel
Breaking News.....Norfolk is open for visitors on the 4th July. Book your Boat Trip now as there will be a rush. Enjoy your visit but please Stay Alert and Stay Safe!!!
The risk of the coronavirus being passed on is still there so maintain social distancing and taking all the measures you can to keep this virus at bay. Please check with the places you intend to visit as to their plans to keep their visitors safe.
Please remember to take all evidence of your visits to the rivers, parks, gardens and beaches with you when you leave, this helps keep these lovely places beautiful for others, be vigilant and respectful of everyone and wear a mask where appropriate.
Here in the Norfolk we are keen to welcome visitors back to stay and have fun.
There are many ways to enjoy a Boat Trip in Norfolk and lost to choose from for instance take a cruise out to watch the seals basking on the sand spits paddle a canoe both inland and out at sea, take a charter boat out and go fishing or watch the fascinating wildlife on the rivers and broads from the deck of a large passenger boat. So many Boat Trips to take in Norfolk, why not try them all!
There are many ways to enjoy a Boat Trip in Norfolk. You can hop on a passenger boat for a trip on the rivers of the Norfolk Broads, you can take a coastal tour or charter a fishing boat for scaly adventures off the Norfolk coast, you can take a cruise out to watch the seals basking on the sand spits or indeed you can paddle your own canoe both inland on the rivers and broads and out at sea. Taking a boat trip anywhere in Norfolk opens the eyes to the wonderful wildlife and views of the marshes and wetlands in Norfolk that can only see from the unique perspective of being afloat on the water in the comfort of a boat.
Choose your Norfolk Boat Trip from the listings below or alternatively browse our interactive map