Built by ourselves in the 1960's , the Martham Boat Building & Development Company have been letting these fine traditional wooden Broads cruisers for over 50 years. In this time they have given many Broads lovers and holiday makers, a fantastic experience of the waterways and surrounding Broadland beauty.
The Jayne class cruiser is the smallest boat built by Martham Boats, at 25 feet. She is constructed of mahogany on oak frames, with beautiful mahogany bright work. She may be our smallest cruiser, but she retains a lot of character, and with a level floor throughout, this makes for easy movement aboard.
Being a 3 berth, she is ideal for couples and small families. With an open plan layout, it gives the Jayne a feeling of light and space. There is a good level of equipment on-board, including a gas cooker and hob, under counter fridge, Webasto warm air heater and toilet compartment containing a flush toilet and shower. With the driving position forward, this gives you a good view of the river ahead and makes manoeuvring and mooring relatively easy. The large sliding sunshine roof above the driving position and the 2 fold down windows (forward) allows for a nice breeze on a hot summer's day.
Be different, stand out from the crowd, come and try one of our beautiful traditional wooden Broads cruisers and experience the beauty of the Norfolk Broads.
Length 25ft (7.62m). Beam 9ft (2.74m). Headroom 6ft (1.83m) .
A fuel deposit is charged in advance prior to your holiday. On return the tank will be replenished at the pump, if below the deposit value the difference will be refunded. If more fuel is used you will be liable for the difference.
* Berth configuration - 1 double and 1 single
* Gas cooker and hob
* Under counter fridge (small)
* Webasto warm air heater
* Flat screen TV
* Flush toilet
* 12 Volt battery system
* 12 Volt port (car charger)
* 12 Volt USB port
* Large sunshine roof
* Will navigate all bridges (subject to tides)
* In-depth briefing and handover
* Rear cockpit entry and exit
* Fold down rear pram hood
* NB:There are 3 steps that lead down from the deck level to the cabin floor level