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2018 Events - Save The Dates


Waveney River Centre 22-24 June 2018
(Venue Booked)
Salhouse Broad XX-YY Sept 2018
(Venue Booking TBC)

2018 meet up dates have been scheduled to space them a little further apart whilst avoiding the peak holiday season. September event dates will be set based on convenient Breydon crossing times and venue availability and will be confirmed early in the New Year.

We are also looking at changing/varying the format slightly this year. More details will be provided when registrations open early in the New Year. Watch this space....
Quieter Rivers, Fresh Air and Smelly Bogs!


  • Does your onboard toilet utilise a raw (river) water flush?
  • Does your Hampton Safari loo smell like rotten eggs after being left for a few weeks?

Ours did...but we've now fixed it with a very simple modification/add-on.


New Hampton Safari Inventory/History

Craig Slawson has compiled an up to date iHampton Safari inventory and history and has mad it available to us in .pdf format. It is now available to view on our Safari Archive pages

One request that Craig has made to the Club is that where owners have or know of boat renaming, re-registration or transfer to other waters that these are updated to him in the interests of keeping his database accurate and up to date.

If you know of any relevant changes please contact Craig and update him accordingly.
Looking to buy a Hampton Safari?
Check out our For Sale pages (click on an image)
New Boat Recovery/Breakdown Service

Sutton Staithe Boatyard Ltd have recently launched a new breakdown recovery club covering the entire Norfolk Broads (i.e. both Northern AND Southern rivers).

Full details including Terms and Conditions are available here: http://www.suttonstaitheboatyard.co.uk/boat-recovery-service/

Note: This service is now also listed in our suppliers section as a long term source/reference.....
The Waveney Stardust:

Are you a boating enthusiast that has had to give up your boating adventures due to age, ill health, or just being considerably less agile than a few years ago? If so, here's a great way for you to get back  afloat and enjoy the Norfolk Broads again!
The Waveney Stardust Charity operate two boats, one based on the Northern System (operating from Stalham and Horning) and the other based on the Southern system operating from Norwich, Brundall and Beccles.
Two of our HSBC members (Keith Barr and Alan McKechnie) are Waveney Stardust  qualified/trained volunteer Skippers and are now regulars running full and half day trips from Stalham and Horning during the season.
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