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Richardsons Cruisers Stalham
10.36 x 3.66m (34 ft. x 12 ft.). Sleeps 2 to 4 Hoseasons

All boats at Richardsons Cruisers have:

Heating
Duvets and bed linen provided.
Colour TV.
12v socket for mobile phones etc (12v car leads required), travel cots & highchairs all available at extra charge
Rowing dinghy's available - must be booked in advance with boatyard at extra charge
Outside and under cover parking also available at extra cost.

Please note that none of the boats operated by Richardsons will provide electrical power to enable a nebuliser or any other electrical appliance needed for medical reasons, to be used on board.

Broadland Lass also features:
Sliding sunroof over saloon.
Warm air heating.
Large forward well with seating.
Aft & forward access for easy mooring.
Stereo radio
Engine mounted aft to reduce noise level.
 
Start days: Friday or Monday
 
Short breaks available all season

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Member Reviews - Add Your Review
lookskywalker
04 Jun 2013
Had a week on Broadland Lass (1) at beginning of May '13. Excellent boat for two people with plenty space and storage. This was our 4th Broads holiday since 2010 and this boat suited us better than the others we've had. Easy to steer and moor up and with rear mounted engine was pretty quiet too. Got £50 of the fuel deposit back, so it only cost us £450 inc. fuel for the week. Maybe not a new boat, but the rivers, scenery and pubs are the same whatever boat you're on. Comfortable too, even though there was ice on the deck on the first two mornings!
cattons
21 Oct 2007
Ive just had Broadland Lass 1 out for a week in October and was very pleased with her. The only problem I found was not being able to see up the length of the boat on the inside as the rear door is not visible from the helm. Nicely laid out with a full size cooker, the kitchen area had so much storage space. Beds very comfy and the heating worked a treat. Although this class of boat are getting on a bit, for those of you on a budget, have no fear at taking one of these girls out. Ecconomical, quiet, lovely to steer and easy to moor. There were 3 adults and one 13 year old and a huge alsation in my party and plenty of room for all of us.
Edited by cattons 02 11 2007
riverlover
15 Sep 2005
Now a classic (in my view) of 1970's hiring. I had my first broads experience aboard one of these in the eighties with my parents. Came back in 2002 with my partner to hire the same class when i could finally afford to hire a boat on my own. These havn't changed or been refurbished and i imagine Richardson't are going to take them off the hire list in the not too distant future. NOT to say that I am suggesting that they do. I have hired 4 newer more luxurious boats since this one in 2002 but can still give this class allot of credit. The full width of the boat is used meaning the stateroom seems ot have amazing level of space. The bathroom is a good size and you get the same in here as you get if you pay twice as much on other boats. The galley has good worktop space and althought the cooker is only a two ring and small oven/grill set-up you can still cook a decent meal on it. The cabin is again very spacious and has the same headroom as the other parts of the boat. The windows are large and the sunroof makes for a pleasnat cruise during the warmer months. Engine is at the rear, even though it isn't sound proofed as well as it could be you can close the doors to the stern cabin to achieve a fairly relaxed environment for cruising. These are good boats for people wanting a broads holiday on a more restricted budget.
Edited by riverlover 15 09 2005

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