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Thanks for the speedy reply. As I would have the day boat for the week I was just wondering how far I could get if I wanted (just using potter heigham as an example).will definitely head up to cottishall one day as we couldn't get under wroxham bridge in our hire boat last year.
This message was edited by Pete1904 on Mar-6-16 @ 7:32 PM
I agree with comments above - don't try to go too far; take it slowly and enjoy more fully what you can reach easily!
Salhouse is close, but worth delaying over; plenty to enjoy between there and Horning - including Black Horse Broad; then pull into Horning for a nice stroll... Coltishall definitely worth visiting, nice pubs or visit 'A Piece of Cake' in the River Rooms for lunch - quality!
Push on to St Benets Abbey and South Walsham if you really want to go a bit further afield but, really, don't try to go as far as you can...!
We did Horning to the top of Barton Broad in a dayboat, have to admit wish we had stuck closer to Horning. Main issue was how noisy the engine was, and in a small dayboat your sitting within a few feet of it. I found the canoe to be much more enjoyable.