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My choice would be Northern Light, with just the 2 of you, you can both sit together at the same level with the seating directly behind the helm. From the description it has 240v power and also a 12v lighter socket as you'd find in a car so phone charging would not be a problem. As far as phone signal goes I'm not sure any supplier gets 100% coverage over the broads but don't rely on 3G that's for sure.
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Ben hi, herby woods are in my experience are good, nothing outstanding but good they do what they say on the tin. Yard is vastly improved boats clean and tidy.
I would go delight personally, it should have a 12v cigarette socket possibly near the dash panel, same as a car should just plug a 12v charger in.
3g on the broads is hit miss and keep patient as you will notice alot of signal strength variation. Ive got a 3g dongle on 3 that works most areas but not everywhere. My mobile 3g on my phone EE is similar so its trial and error.
I believe its Delight 2 I have hired. Although on the site it simply says Delight.
What sort of speed out if interest wi'll the boat do in knots. I know there are speed limits etc but just was unsure how fast the broads boats will do flat out? Certainly slower than the 30knots I'm used to in a clipper on the Thames but Thats exactly why I cannot wait. To Relax!
Speed limits are marked in MPH and are mostly 5mph and 6mph which is the highest. Some stretches of river may be 3 or 4 mph. The only place that I believe has no speed limit is Breydon Water. Depending on how governed the boat is and if the current is with you maybe up to 9mph but that is a very rough estimate.