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7 Most Important Skills For Sea Kayakers

In recent years, adventurous paddlers and expeditioners have shown that you can go just about anywhere there’s water in a sea kayak. From Antarctica to

Learning To Roll a Sea Kayak Changed My Life

It took me months of cold, scary failure to learn how to roll my boat in the open ocean. The effort taught me that barriers to outdoor proficiency, no matter how daunting, can be overcome if you don’t give up.

Hand Signals for Kayaking | Paddling.com

How to Use Hand Signals Oftentimes a signal is used to direct paddlers to take a particular route from their viewing point towards the distant signaler. A few signals are more common among a particular group of paddlers such as the “Back Up” signal for surf landings, or the “walking finger” gesture that indicates a need to portage a portion of a waterway.

How To Turn Your Sea Kayak In The Wind | Paddling.com

Understanding Turning Techniques In very windy weather, it is often more comfortable to use turning techniques that only employ edging and power strokes on the upwind side of the kayak. This technique places the boat across the wind and stationary at the end of the turn.

Minke whale poking its head out :-) Credit: Andrew Peacock/Barcroft USA A minke pokes its head out of the water

While sea-kayaking in Neko Harbour in the Antarctic peninsula, medical doctor Andrew Peacock captured an extraordinary sight: an inquisitive minke whale passing within arm's-reach of the flotilla of kayaks. Best of all, he managed to capture the moment on camera

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