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16 Explore the Broads


IBTC graduate Tony O’Connor now runs his own Boatbuilding business in Perth, Australia: O’Connor Wooden Boats


YOU BRING PASSION & ENTHUSIASM


WE SUPPLY


A LIFE CHANGING EXPERIENCE


Achieve two City & Guilds qualifications within 12 months at IBTC Lowestoft


(Level 2 Bench Joinery & Level 3 Boatbuilding)


Short and part-year courses also available Gift vouchers available upon request www.ibtc.co.uk


courses@ibtc.co.uk PAGE 4 MAP REF: F7


POOLSIDE LODGES Making family memories


2021 Broadcaster Take to the water


Canadian canoeing is a great way to discover this fragile wetland, full of wildlife


01502 569 663 B


roads canoeing is suitable for all the family, including young children. Canadian canoes usually carry up to three adults but you are


advised to check with the operator. Some hire centres off er paddleboards and other paddle craft, plus related activities and facilities. All canoeists should wear a life jacket.


Paddleboarders should wear a buoyancy aid and ankle tether. Don’t deliberately capsize your canoe or kayak. Stick to the right-hand side of the waterway unless it is unsafe to do so. Read the Boating basics guide in Broadcaster, see page 21, for advice relevant to all boating. We don't recommend canoeing in the lower reaches (which have stronger currents and tides, and more powered boats). If you do, you need to be extremely experienced, fi t and able. During warmer spells you may see a blue-green


FAMILY RUN SELF-CATERING LODGES Heated pool • Games room • BBQ • Hot tubs


coloured scum on the water. This can indicate the presence of toxic bacteria. Do not paddle in areas where this is present and avoid coming into contact with or ingesting it as it can lead to a number of unpleasant symptoms. You can reduce the chance of becoming ill by covering open wounds, avoiding swallowing the water, washing your hands before eating or drinking and showering after paddle sports. If you start to feel unwell after taking part in paddle sports, please seek urgent medical advice. Canoeing allows exploration of the headwaters


Salhouse Road, Rackheath, Norwich NR13 6LD www.poolsidelodges.co.uk 01603 720000 PAGE 4 MAP REF: B3


(less tidal waters). Please respect nature reserves and paddle away from the edges to minimalise disturbance to breeding birds.


• For Broads canoe hire and trails (one-hour, three-hour and six-hour return routes) go to VisitTheBroads.co.uk/canoe-hire • British Canoeing also has routes on gopaddling.info/fi nd-paddling-trails


Broads Authority Paddling Scheme


Broads Canoe Hire Association centres • You’ll fi nd details on canoethebroads.co.uk • Most of them are open from Easter/April to October with prices from about £30 for up to three hours, £45 for three to six hours. • Full instructions are given, and life jackets are provided and fi tted on site, to be worn at all times on or around the water. • All centres are inspected and monitored for safety by the Broads Authority as part of the licensing agreement. In bad weather (especially strong winds) the centres will not be hiring, to protect customers. Bungay – Outney Meadow Caravan Park, NR35 1HG, 01986 892338, outneymeadow.co.uk C7


Premier Boatbuilders at the Southern Gateway to the Broads


Oulton Broad, Suffolk NR32 3LQ info@oultonmarine.co.uk


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01502 507435 oultonmarine.co.uk


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