Welcome to the official web site of the River Cruiser Class, the organisation for owners of traditional cabin yachts, indigenous to the Norfolk Broads. The class consists of over 400 inland waterways sailing yachts, designed specifically and exclusively for cruising and racing the tidal system of lakes and rivers of Norfolk and North Suffolk. Of these river cruisers, more than 25 are over 100 years old, and over 150 were built before 1940. The Class is not however confined to a vintage and veteran boat collection. A large proportion of member craft were built in the past 20 years, and new class yachts are being launched each year.

 

River Cruiser Class Magazine

All members and associate members receive two magazines per year chronicling the events of the season, boat histories, cruises, rig changes and other RCC related issues. The first is published as soon as possible after the Three Rivers Race and the second as soon as possible after the Yare Navigation Race. Contributors are encouraged and much appreciated. Race reports are best written and sent to the editor at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. within a week or so of the event, before the details have faded from memory. To ensure prompt publication of each issue please send in other articles by the end of April and by mid- September. Inserts are charged at £20 where directly relevant to RCC members or £50 for other Broads boat related advertising. Advertisers are required to submit their insert to the committee for approval by the last meeting before each publication. This year that will be the meetings on 22nd May and 14th August. The inserts can then be sent to the printer.

 

Broads Authority - Notice to Mariners - Dredging work in Haddiscoe New Cut

Notice is hereby given that dredging operations in Haddiscoe New Cut may restrict passage during week days from Monday 13 February 2017 until Friday 31 March 2017.  During this period the navigation channel will remain open, but dredging will be in operation between 08:00 and 16:00 daily, excluding weekends. During each period of operation delays of up to 2 hours may occur.  Mariners must await clear instructions from the dredging crew before attempting to pass.