Oliver's Sailing Holidays

luxury on the Norfolk Broads

I’ve spent 19 years renting yachts, and your is the most beautiful,
best equipped and most fun to sail I’ve ever chartered.
— Jonathan, Lola(12), Felix (11) and Astrid (7)

We are a small family run business offering traditional sailing holidays on the Norfolk Broads. Our aim is for your holiday to be relaxing, very comfortable and a whole lot of fun. 

Our boats are for the discerning sailor who wants a beautifully maintained, fast, easy to sail, yacht with superb handling characteristics and a tight turning circle. Each boat is fitted with an inboard diesel engine. They are equipped with luxury down feel cotton percale duvets, high quality towel, sheets and cooking equipment as well as showers, toilets and heating. These gaff rigged sailing yachts offer an authentic broads experience in comfort!





We are located at the peaceful and secluded hamlet of Martham Ferry, which over looks the stunning views of the National Trust's wildlife reserve of Heigham Holmes (which featured on the BBC1 TV series Secret Britain).

The Broads are made up of 120 miles of stunning rivers and lakes. As a National Park it features spectacular scenery and wildlife that has remained unchanged for hundreds of years. Most of the Broads can only be reached by water and represent a slower pace of life so, put the clocks back, leave the momentum of the 21st century behind and enjoy a stately paced sailing holiday on the Broads.

There is lots to entertain the whole family, on these safe, inland waters. Check out our map page to see all the villages and small towns for you explore on your holiday.

We also offer food hampers and ready meals. If your desire is for fresh, locally sourced food for your holiday, then we have you covered. What could be a nicer way to start your holiday than a delicious deli picnic hamper? And to keep evening meals simple why not pre-order some of our gourmet ready meals?

Included in the cost of your hire is a 45 minute yacht familiarisation session. 

So put the clock back, leave the 21st centre behind and set sail!