This is an unrivalled opportunity to experience swimming in the Broads whilst staying on one of the only surviving Norfolk wherries. Built in 1915, White Moth is a magnificent sailing yacht at 59ft in length. With a selection of double and twin share cabins, it will be the base for a week’s swimming and sailing in England’s largest and most beautiful wetland.
This tour can accomodate up to eight swimmers with two guides and is ideal as a private tour. All swimmers will need to wear a wetsuit, as river temperatures range from 15-18 C. There are two optional swims per day with each swim ranging from 2.5-4km.
Day 1: Meet at Beccles Quay for 5pm
Day 2: Beccles Quay to Dunburgh & Geldeston Lock to oxbow
Day 3: Beccles Quay to Somerleyton
Day 4: Somerleyton to Reedham Ferry via the New Cut
Day 5: Norton Cross to Hardley Flood with sail from Loddon to
Day 6: Bargate/Surlingham Broad & The Woods End to Postwick
Day 7: Tour ends at 10.30am by Pull’s Ferry Gate, Norwich
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