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Richardsons Cruisers Stalham
9.45 x 3.66m (31 ft. x 12 ft.). Sleeps 2 Hoseasons

All boats at Richardsons Cruisers have:

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 Wave also features:
240v system
Sliding sunroof over stateroom.
Large aft cockpit served by patio doors.
Warm air heating
Poster bed.

Will not pass under Potter Heigham or Wroxham Bridges.

Starts: Tuesday,Thursday, Friday or Monday

Available for breaks from just two nights (Tuesday start) 

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18 Jan 2007
Holidayed in this boat in early September 2006. Brand new Engine installed earlier in the year, so it proved to be very reliable and quiet. For 2 people, this boat gives plenty of room and the height affords great panoramic views of the Broads. One caveat though. Stepping from the boat to a mooring can be quite a stretch as the deck is much higher than on other craft. Mind you, this wasn't helped too much by the fact that the rivers were running high in September. The arm chairs in the cabin proved to be very comfortable after a days boating followed by dinner and a couple of beers. Would I hire this boat again...... Yes, without hesitation.
15 Sep 2005
Nice boats which were refubished at the end of the 90's. Has large Saloon with sunroof. Driving position is great for looking over the reeds and the passenger seat is at the same height. Sunroof opens to allow cruising in the standing position for extra visibility when manoeuvring. Front cabin is a bit crampt not helped by the totally unnecessary posts of the poster bed. On the other hand the bed is a good size and has good side tables with reading light. Galley space is small but adequate and the toilet is a little high for some. However nothing is bad enough to make this a boat to avoid. Warm air heating quickly get things toasty and the open stern is ideal for sitting out and enjoying the evening as the sun sets. Oh, a final point is that there is unsurprisingly one basin in the cabin. The one on the port side on the diagram above is actually a cupboard/wardrobe.
Edited by riverlover 15 09 2005

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