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PD: Introduction to sea kayaking ATC

Date: 14-Mar-2018

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Sea Kayaking Courses

Introduction to sea kayaking

This is a skills development course for those who have a kayak and want to get the most out of it, during this course we will give the aspiring kayaker the opportunity to paddle in varying sea conditions.

The course will introduce subjects such as weather, navigation, safety and rescue, trip planning and obviously there will be a significant focus on developing personal paddling skills.

This course is suitable for anyone keen to develop the skills required to sea kayak, you should be water confident but no previous kayaking experience is necessary.

Course outline – We run with a flexible programme to ensure we get the most out of the course, the first day will be spent in a sheltered area to practice capsize procedures and gain boat confidence, we will spend time on one of the inlets to coach some fundamental paddling skills and look at some rescue procedures.

Subsequent days will be spent undertaking trips utilising various areas dependent on conditions, we will coach and work on paddling skills throughout the trips.


Duration – 3 days
Location – South coast area – Denmark, Albany, Walpole
Max number of participants – 4
Ratio – 1 instructor to 4 participants

Equipment requirements – You will need to bring an appropriate Sea kayak, PFD, paddle, and associated outdoor clothing / equipment as well as your personal requirements (lunch, medication etc.) for the days

Cost – $550

Dates – 14-16 March

More details at www.adventuretrainingconsultants.com.au





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