Wherry Yacht Charter
Caring for the Broads' last wherry fleet

Watch - our wherry yacht sailing experience on video.

All charter customers receive complimentary membership of the Friends of WYC.

Norada at How Hill

We offer something for everyone from skippered charters to day and part-day taster sailings and free on-board viewings. How will you experience our wherries this year?

Step aboard

We offer a full range of opportunities to come on board our wherries:

Day and holiday charters give you exclusive use of a whole boat, for a day, weekend or week. Full details.

Scheduled sailings and viewings suit all budgets. Scheduled trips of varying lengths are available for individual booking, and between sailings our vessels are often open to view, always free of charge. Our current sailings, with availability, are listed below. Additionally, Hathor is on view at How Hill 10am-5pm on all days when she is not sailing (subject to viewing host being available). Please do contact us to confirm availability if making a special trip. Friends receive early information about sailing opportunities, and non-members can also join our mailing list.

Members' sailings exclusively for Friends of WYC.

Educational activities for all audiences. Full details in our Education section.

Steam and Sail bookings should be made via the Museum of the Broads Events page.

How Hill are running their "How To Sail a Wherry" course from 27th to 31st August - contact them for further information and bookings. Please note that Hathor will not be open for viewing on 28th-30th August as she will be sailing as part of this programme.

Wherry Yacht Charter is a registered charity (as Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust), number 1096073

WYC is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, RDPE, Geoffrey Watling Trust, Town Close Estate Charity and others.

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