Boating in the East Midlands
The East Midlands is awash with fun to
be had on the water. Whether you're looking to discover fresh
activities or hone old skills, you're never far from the ideal
Nottingham is home
to the UK’s premier whitewater kayaking
course, while the River Cam is popular
spot for rowing and punting. If you are
after peace and quiet, the Norfolk
Broads' magical waterways is a must. And on the coast at
Hunstanton, you'll find windsurfers and kite-surfers perfecting their
moves off the sandy coastline.
On The Water Guide to the East Midlands
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The Norfolk Broads are the UK's only national wetland and with
60 Broads they offer 125 miles of calm, meandering waterways to
Despite being England's smallest county, Rutland is a major
attraction for watersports lovers. More...
Whether you're on Sunshine Coast around Lowestoft or exploring
the harbours around Brancaster on the North Norfolk coast,
England's eastern shores have been designed for wind driven
People travel from around the world to punt on the historic
Cambridge Backs, where university colleges back onto the River Cam.
The lazy Oxford Canal makes its way through the English
countryside from Oxford, via Cotswold villages to the outskirts of
Nottingham is a hub for watersports; the Rivers Trent and Soar,
and the amazing facilities at Holme Pierrepont are hot spots for
watersports and boating enthusiasts. More...
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