Brancaster, or more properly, from the viewpoint of the cruising sailor, Brancaster Staithe is another of the attractive drying harbours on the north Norfolk coast. While not an option for those with deep drafted boats unable to take the ground, Brancaster should nonetheless be on the marine tourist’s list of places to visit.
Beautiful beaches, Scolt Head Island, a national nature reserve, salt marshes and bird and wild life typify this gem lying on the Norfolk Coastal Path between Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea.
For the boating visitor, launching from the hard and going afloat over a high tide is perhaps the best option. Kayakers, dinghy sailors, sail boarders and even water skiers are active here. But visiting craft should contact the harbour office for advice on 07810 850334 or download the Brancaster Harbour guide from the National Trust website.
- Bottled gas available from nearby suppliers within walking distance
- Draft – All moorings dry. Contact the harbour office if a mooring is required
- Slipway and well established sailing club
Harbour Way, Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk PE31 8BW
Tel: 07810 850334
|Cans can be filled nearby
|Public toilets on the hard
|24 hour CCTV coverage
|No formal security
|Sewerage pump out
|Can be obtained from the local garage
For places to visit in and around Brancaster and information on making the most of a visit, please visit: