Aldeburgh Boats and Sailing Map

Boats and Sailing in Aldeburgh

The Meare, Thorpeness

The Meare is a boating lake complete with little islands to explore. Covering some sixty acres, with over forty acres of water, the lake is no more than three feet deep, and so provides a...


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Orford River Trips

Orford River Trips offer hour trip...

River Trips From Snape Maltings

Generations of Thames Barge skippers have plied their traid at the historic  grain quay at Snape Maltings.

Walberswick Ferry

Walberswick Ferry offers a traditional rowing boat service which operate...

Felixstowe Ferry Sailing Club

Felixstowe Ferry Sailing Club prides itself as being a friendly sailing club which you can find at the mouth of the River Deben. The club is an RYA Ap...

Deben Cruises, Waldringfield

Hop aboard the Jahan for a 2 hour boat journey along the river Deben, one of the most beautiful and scenic spots on the East Coast....

Big Dog Ferry, Beccles

Covering one of the most attractive and unspoilt stretches of the River Waveney from the quiet market town of Beccles, the Big Dog Ferry t...

Waveney River Centre

The southern Broads are known for their quiet tranquillity and wide open space as they pass through Norfolk & Suffolk's marshland....

Eddie's Turnpike Passenger Ferry, Waveney

This ancient ferry service across the River Waveney provides the perfect way to cross the border of Norfolk and Suffolk, whilst taking in...

Waveney River Tours

Crusie along the Outlon Broads by day or even sunset! A wonderfully relaxing way to soak in all the views from the broads! Suitable for th...

Outney Meadow Canoe Hire

Get up close to the Waveney Valley wildife; see swans, herons, kingfishers and beautiful damselflies, butterflies and dragonflies; paddle...

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