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What do you need to bring on holiday?

When you hire a boat on the Norfolk Broads you need to know what equipment is supplied and what you will need to bring. Below we go through the basics of what you will find on your boat and give tips on items which you should bring which can make a difference to your enjoyment of the cruise.

You holiday cruiser will be equipped with:
(appropriate to the number of berths on board)


Cooker - refrigerator - hot & cold water - heating - television - dining table - place mats - shower - toilet, - shaving point - mirror - life jackets.
cooker
Kettle - teapot - plates - dishes - cups - glasses - cutlery - cutting and carving knives - salt & pepper pots - assorted size pans - frying pan - cooking utensils - cullender - glass mixing bowls - can opener - washing up bowl - dish cloth - tea towels.
kettle
Bedding - usually duvets and bed linen - pillows. - Internal seating - waste bin(s) - curtains - brush and shovel.
bed
Internal seating - waste bin(s) - curtains - brush and shovel.
dustbin

Things to take with you:


Casual clothing - rubber soled shoes - cardigans/jumpers for evenings by the water - Own life-jackets if you have them.
sports shoes
Torch - alarm clock - plastic macs - umbrellas - soap - sunglasses - playing cards - puzzle books/games - suntan lotion - sun-hats - towels - anti-bite spray - camera - binoculars - maps and guides - fishing gear.
torch
Frying pan (the one on board will not be as easy as your own) - can-opener (as before) - sharp knife - dishes brush - tea - coffee - sugar - sweeteners - salt and pepper - vinegar - box of matches.
matches
Use our boat search to find your ideal holiday home. It lists every boat for hire with HOSEASONS BOATS and BLAKES BOATING HOLIDAYS together with other smaller independent boatyards.
Sleeps no
less than
Steering position
Guide to pricing
North or South Broads
Agency Affiliation
Allows pets onboard
Passes under Potter Heigham Bridge
Recently built boat
Has 240 volt system
Microwave onboard
Bow thruster assisted
Wifi unit onboard
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