Norfolk Broads boating books for all users of these inland waterways. This popular and practical guide covers the canals and waterways of the Broads National Park, including the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads and the Rivers Ant, Bure, Thurne, Wensum, Yare, Chet, and Waveney.
The detailed Ordnance Survey® maps clearly show the location of essential features such as boating facilities, as well as pubs, shops, and restaurants in the area. There are comprehensive navigational notes and descriptive text on the history of The Norfolk Broads and on local services and places of interest, for which postcodes are included – ideal for use with sat-navs.
This practical A5 guide features ‘lie flat’ spiral binding and ‘bookmark’ back cover flap for ease of reference.
The Broads are one of Britain’s best-known holiday boating areas. They make up Britain’s largest and most important protected wetland. They are regarded now as a national park which is fiercely contested. Waterways provide a home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the country. A unique and enchanting wetland, with over 125 miles of lock-free, navigable tidal waters, all waiting to be explored.
Nicholson’s – The bestselling guides to Britain’s Waterways.
Norfolk Broads boating books are essential to anyone wishing to navigate the Norfolk Broads.
The Norfolk Broads Forum can offer you a lot of information, however, a good book on board is a must.
It is regarded by many boaters that comparing the layout of rivers to the roads is an impossible task. A 5-hour boat trip may take you from Stalham to Wroxham but the same journey by car is 10 minutes. Without a good map on the Norfolk Broads, it is very difficult not to become disorientated.
The rivers of the Norfolk Broads are well signposted, however, to really get a good idea of its vastness and true layout is where a quality map comes in as a necessity.