We Would Like To Go To Great Yarmouth – What Can We Expect?
The tides and currents of the rivers get stronger on the southern rivers and as you approach Great Yarmouth. Extreme care must be taken when passing through Great Yarmouth, making sure that you are passing at one hour after low tide (slack water) and staying within the marked posts as you cross Breydon Water (a copy of the tide time table is included with your Hoseasons paperwork and will be included in your onboard manual). Our staff will be happy to give more specific instructions should you be expecting to take your boat to this area of the Broads. For customers who get into difficulty in this area we have a retained rescue boat. Vigilence whilst crossing this stretch of water is vital.