Oliver’s Norfolk Broads Sailing Yacht
2 berth


25’ traditional Norfolk Broads sailing boat.

New for 2019 Farrington 25ft

The smallest boat in Oliver’s Sailing Holidays fleet, 25ft long, Seabreeze has all the facilities of our larger boats but in a compact two-berth yacht, with heating and shower. She has the traditional gaff rig ideally suited to the Norfolk Broads. She is maintained to a very high standard and sails beautifully in all conditions.

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Spacious and extremely comfortable accommodation for two people.

  • Luxury down feel duvets and pillows. All bedding and towels provided.

  • Hot and cold running water.

  • Toilet.

  • Two tea towels, washing up liquid, dish cloths, two toilet rolls.

  • 25ft long by 9”.6’ feet wide (plus small bow sprit).

  • Inboard Diesel engine, 10.6 hp Nanni 2.4 HE

  • Gaff rig.

  • Complimentary welcome hamper includes: Tea, coffee, milk, sugar, olive oil, biscuits, half a dozen free range eggs and free range bacon.

  • Large cockpit with sturdy removable table.

  • Sleeps 2 in the cabin and 2 people can sleep in the cockpit.

  • Cockpit cushions.

  • The cabin has a removable table.

  • Lifting roof.

  • Blown air heating - Webasto

  • Bed length 7'2"

  • Large galley with double gas hob, grill, oven, sink, draining board and storage cupboards.

  • Fridge.

  • The boat is well stocked with good quality, china, cutlery,glasses, good quality saucepans, a large non stick frying pan and cafetiere.

Video showing the inside and outside of Seabreeze

We were thrilled to have a sail in the latest in the Oliver’s Sailing Holidays fleet on a sunny day in November 2018 just days after Sea Breeze arrived at Martham Ferry Boatyard. There was a light breeze and straight away we found she was very manoeuvrable, turning easily in the river upstream from the boatyard. We went through the ferry crossing and then turned towards Hickling Broad. Sea Breeze was a delight downwind and we sailed all the way to the Broad. Coming back she was just as easy to handle upwind, creeping along the riverbank and was a joy to tack. She is very comfortable, responsive and in excellent condition. She will suit all types of sailors - from Broads ‘veterans’ like us to less experienced sailors enjoying the Broads experience for the first time.
— Dave and Sue Giles, November 2018