Martham Boats provide yacht hire on the Norfolk Broads. We have a range of yachts available, with a variety of berth sizes from 2 berth up to 8 berth. Browse our yachts available for rental below.
The prices shown are for the boat hire only, and do not include all optional and mandatory charges, which may be added through the booking process e.g. fuel deposit, non-refundable damage waiver, pet charges, car parking.
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Constructed in 1995,Palace is an America class yacht built along the lines of the original America which appeared in the Blakes brochure in 1916. Back in those days these boats were supplied with a skipper and were known as small Wherries, they were the height of luxurious yachting on the Broads and with the classic counter stern Broads design that set it apart from the rest. Back to today and these yachts still offer the same luxurious yachting on the broads with more of the modern conveniences that you would expect but still with the same classic lines as yesteryear but now you’re the skipper.
With a glass fibre hull, mahogany bright work and lovely softwood spars these yachts are the envy of the hire fleet. With a four burner gas hob, cooker and grill, small under counter fridge, flush toilet, shower and Webasto diesel central heating these yachts are very well equipped.
These traditional yachts are ideally suited for family and group bookings with previous sailing experience. With a traditional gunter rig and genoa with Wykeham Martin furler this rig offers the best sailing experience whether you are out on the broads in open water or on the more sheltered river sections.
Palace offers an exhilarating sailing experience either in a good breeze or light airs, straight line speed is good, she sails close to the wind and tacks really well and accelerates keenly when coming about.
Please note that Palace is suitable for intermediate sailors, experience of sailing on rivers is required along with a minimum crew of 4.
Length 35ft (10.67m). Beam 10ft 6in (3.20m). Headroom 6ft (1.83m) with cabin roof raised.
Sleeps 4 – 7
3 single 2 Doubles
1 Tank of fuel included
Traditional gunter rig
Genoa on Wkyeham Martin furler
Slab reefable mainsail
Counter weighted mast (lowering for bridges)
Hydraulic lifting roof
Inboard diesel (positioned in forepeak)
Large cockpit (with mainsheet well)
Oven equipped with a four burner hob and grill
Under counter electric fridge
Diesel central heating
CD and radio player
12v plug sockets and USB connections.