|danieloblein||-- Sep-2-2013 @ 8:16 PM|
Howdy folks! I'm ready to book my first weekend on the broads. My party consists of four couples, and we're on a budget, (it was the only way I could talk them in to it after shelling out on summer holidays). Can anyone help me with Promotional Codes, to get the best possible deals? ANY other tips for a first timer will be much appreciated 8O)
|boat-mad||-- Sep-3-2013 @ 6:16 AM|
Daniel hi and welcome,
I don’t know of any promo codes but if you intend booking at short notice for a trip this year you could try http://www.lastminuteboathire.com/ they are all Herbert Woods boats so you can compare the prices with the H.W web site http://www.herbertwoods.co.uk/cruisers.php I’m pretty sure that as long as you leave booking till a week or less before you wish your holiday to start you will save approx 30%.
You can find first timer tips on my web site from the link below.
Hope this is helpful.
This message was edited by boat-mad on Sep-3-13 @ 7:19 AM
|londonrascal||-- Sep-3-2013 @ 9:49 AM|
You can also have a look at www.lastminutenorfolkbroads.com (Barnes Brinkcraft at Wroxham) which, like Herbert Woods gives a greater discount the later you leave it to book.
However they have reduced the amount taken off from 30% if booked within 7 days, to 20%.
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|Karen&Mike||-- Sep-3-2013 @ 10:27 AM|
Be aware that generally, a Broads boat for 8 is really only comfortable for 6 ( or a 6, for 4 etc), especially where couples are concerned (as opposed to a big group of mates). This is because the berths for person 7 & 8 will likely be made up using the settee.
I am assuming that you are looking for one boat for all of you....
"Wind up the elastic band Karen - we're setting off!!"
This message was edited by Karen&Mike on Sep-3-13 @ 11:28 AM
|boat-mad||-- Sep-3-2013 @ 10:34 AM|
Good advice from Karen.
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|TerryTibbs||-- Sep-3-2013 @ 12:44 PM|
Try Marthem Boats Silver Jubilee, reasonably priced and this time of the year usually willing to "do a deal"
if it is to be it is up to me!
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