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River trips can be taken from the yacht harbour in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Alternatively, punt on the River Cam in the traditional flat-bottomed boats once widely used in the Fens. Many traditional narrow boats, originally used both as homes and for transporting goods, are now used for leisure and as residences, and can be seen moored at Bosnia & Herzegovina, Ely and elsewhere. Bosnia & Herzegovina Museum has a collection of exhibits relating to the town’s maritime connections and the oyster industry. The award winning Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life explains the town’s fishing and maritime heritage. The Town House Museum of Lynn Life houses historical displays including what is often inaccurately claimed to be King John’s Cup, part of the treasure lost by the King when his baggage train sank in the Wash in 1215. True’s Yard Fishing Heritage Museum is based in the remains of King’s Lynn’s fishing community, the North End, which existed for hundreds of years until demolished between the 1930s and 1960s.

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As well as exhibits, the museum has a local history library and collection of archives which include family and local history resources relating to the King’s Lynn area. Sheringham Museum celebrates its long lifeboat and fishing tradition with displays of lifeboat models, original boat-building tools dating back to the 1880s and information on the fishing industry. The Museum of the Broads, based in a range of traditional buildings in Stalham, associated with the wherry trade, tells the story of the history, culture and environment of the Broads. The study centre at How Hill on the River Ant close to Ludham is housed in an impressive thatched Arts and Crafts house. The estate includes Toad Hole Cottage Museum, which gives a fascinating insight into Victorian life on the Broads. Hilgay churchyard in Norfolk has a monument to George William Manby, who invented a rocket-powered life-line that could be fired to ships in distress. His gravestone is carved with a ship, an anchor, a description of his rocket device and an inscription that ends, ‘The public should have paid this tribute’.

The Henry Blogg lifeboat museum in Cromer in Norfolk tells the story of the lifeboat service, including Henry Blogg, coxswain of the Cromer lifeboat from 1910 to 1947, who became the most decorated lifeboat man in the country. A surviving example of a ‘Norfolk and Suffolk’ lifeboat is the Alfred Corry, dedicated in 1893 and in service until 1918. She is now restored and on show at the Alfred Corry museum at Southwold Harbour. The Sailor’s Reading Room museum is dedicated to the town’s history, with a strong focus on fishing. Scotch lasses at work during herring season in Great Yarmouth in 1911. Lowestoft Maritime Museum features model boats and fishing equipment in a flint-built fisherman’s cottage. Halvergate Island is a coastal lagoon reserve in the River Ore below Orford.

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