Tag Archive: Canoe

Stoke Gabrial to Dartmouth – Sea Kayaking or Tandem Canoe

Rosie and Mel will be hosting a Sea Kayak/Tandem Canoe Trip from Stoke Gabriel to Dartmouth on the 20th August 2017(weather dependant).

Please contact Rosie for full details/to book your place.

ECC have two Sea Kayaks, meaning we have boats to hire if you don’t have your own.

More details to follow nearer to the time.

Sea Kayak/Tandem Canoe Trip from Stoke Gabriel to Totnes

Rosie and Mel will be hosting a Sea Kayak/Tandem Canoe Trip from Stoke Gabriel to Totnes on the 1st July 2017(weather dependant).

Please contact Rosie for full details/to book your place.

ECC have two Sea Kayaks, meaning we have boats to hire if you don’t have your own.

More details to follow nearer to the time.

Kayak and Canoe Rescue Session 

Darren Sherwood will be holding a Kayak and Canoe Rescue session at the Adult Wimbleball Lake session.

Please contact Darren if your if you require any further information.

Summer Evening Paddle at Wimbleball Lake

Summer Evening Paddles at Wimbleball Lake

Whether you’re a regular club paddler, or new to the sport, you’ll be welcomed onto the water on our weekly sessions.

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We provide all the necessary equipment to get you on the water, with a range of kayaks, spray jackets & buoyancy aids available to use.

Learn & improve skills, journey, play games and activities on the water, socialise, meet new people, have fun on the water!

During the summer, we’ll have specific Canadian Canoe & Sea Kayak sessions, as well as skills clinics such as ‘learn to roll’ and canoe skills.

Timings: 

18:45-19:30 – Junior session

19:30- 21:00 – Adult session

Costs:

Juniors: £3 members / £5 non members

Adults: £4 members / £6 non members

weekly subs allow the club to pay towards the facilities that we use at the lake, as well as go towards new kayaking equipment!

Frequency asked questions:

Q. Do I need to book?

A. No, please just turn up on the day. If possible, you could drop an e-mail to the club to let us know you’re coming, especially if there are a few of you!

Q. Do sessions ever get cancelled?

A. Yes. If the weather is really windy and wet, the session may get cancelled. We will post on the website or the Facebook page if this is the case

Q. What’s the minimum age?

A. The minimum age for the junior sessions is 8 years old. 

Q. Do I need to be able to swim?

A. All paddlers have to wear a buoyancy aid, which enables you to float. participants should be ‘confident in water’ but don’t have to be the strongest swimmers. 

Q. Can I bring my own boat and equipment?

A. Yes, of course you can 

We look forward to meeting you

Summer Evening Paddles at Wimbleball Lake

Summer Evening Paddles at Wimbleball Lake

Whether you’re a regular club paddler, or new to the sport, you’ll be welcomed onto the water on our weekly sessions.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

We provide all the necessary equipment to get you on the water, with a range of kayaks, spray jackets & buoyancy aids available to use.

Learn & improve skills, journey, play games and activities on the water, socialise, meet new people, have fun on the water!

During the summer, we’ll have specific Canadian Canoe & Sea Kayak sessions, as well as skills clinics such as ‘learn to roll’ and canoe skills.

Timings: 

18:45-19:30 – Junior session

19:30- 21:00 – Adult session

Costs:

Juniors: £3 members / £5 non members

Adults: £4 members / £6 non members

weekly subs allow the club to pay towards the facilities that we use at the lake, as well as go towards new kayaking equipment!

Frequency asked questions:

Q. Do I need to book?

A. No, please just turn up on the day. If possible, you could drop an e-mail to the club to let us know you’re coming, especially if there are a few of you!

Q. Do sessions ever get cancelled?

A. Yes. If the weather is really windy and wet, the session may get cancelled. We will post on the website or the Facebook page if this is the case

Q. What’s the minimum age?

A. The minimum age for the junior sessions is 8 years old. 

Q. Do I need to be able to swim?

A. All paddlers have to wear a buoyancy aid, which enables you to float. participants should be ‘confident in water’ but don’t have to be the strongest swimmers. 

Q. Can I bring my own boat and equipment?

A. Yes, of course you can 

We look forward to meeting you

Weekend Canoe Trip on the River Wye (Touring & Sea Kayaks welcome too)

Will is in the process of organising a club canoe trip on the weekend of 20th-21st May 2017 on the river Wye. Ideally all in tandem Canoe, however for the skirt wearers (like myself) a touring kayak or sea kayak would be fine.

Starting at Ross and ending in Monmouth over two days. More details to be confirmed.

The club has 2 canoes but Will does have access to additional canoes for a small donation to the Sea Cadets.

No real experience is necessary its a trip suitable for those that don’t venture to the light side often.

Please contact will@landscapedesignsomerset.co.uk for full details.

Summer Evening Paddle at Wimbleball Lake

Summer Evening Paddles at Wimbleball Lake

Whether you’re a regular club paddler, or new to the sport, you’ll be welcomed onto the water on our weekly sessions.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

We provide all the necessary equipment to get you on the water, with a range of kayaks, spray jackets & buoyancy aids available to use.

Learn & improve skills, journey, play games and activities on the water, socialise, meet new people, have fun on the water!

During the summer, we’ll have specific Canadian Canoe & Sea Kayak sessions, as well as skills clinics such as ‘learn to roll’ and canoe skills.

Timings:

18:45-19:30 – Junior session

19:30- 21:00 – Adult session

Costs:

Juniors: £3 members / £5 non members

Adults: £4 members / £6 non members

weekly subs allow the club to pay towards the facilities that we use at the lake, as well as go towards new kayaking equipment!

Frequency asked questions:

Q. Do I need to book?

A. No, please just turn up on the day. If possible, you could drop an e-mail to the club to let us know you’re coming, especially if there are a few of you!

Q. Do sessions ever get cancelled?

A. Yes. If the weather is really windy and wet, the session may get cancelled. We will post on the website or the Facebook page if this is the case

Q. What’s the minimum age?

A. The minimum age for the junior sessions is 8 years old.

Q. Do I need to be able to swim?

A. All paddlers have to wear a buoyancy aid, which enables you to float. participants should be ‘confident in water’ but don’t have to be the strongest swimmers.

Q. Can I bring my own boat and equipment?

A. Yes, of course you can

We look forward to meeting you

Summer Evening Paddle at Wimbleball Lake

Summer Evening Paddles at Wimbleball Lake

Whether you’re a regular club paddler, or new to the sport, you’ll be welcomed onto the water on our weekly sessions.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

We provide all the necessary equipment to get you on the water, with a range of kayaks, spray jackets & buoyancy aids available to use.

Learn & improve skills, journey, play games and activities on the water, socialise, meet new people, have fun on the water!

During the summer, we’ll have specific Canadian Canoe & Sea Kayak sessions, as well as skills clinics such as ‘learn to roll’ and canoe skills.

Timings: 

18:45-19:30 – Junior session

19:30- 21:00 – Adult session

Costs:

Juniors: £3 members / £5 non members

Adults: £4 members / £6 non members

weekly subs allow the club to pay towards the facilities that we use at the lake, as well as go towards new kayaking equipment!

Frequency asked questions:

Q. Do I need to book?

A. No, please just turn up on the day. If possible, you could drop an e-mail to the club to let us know you’re coming, especially if there are a few of you!

Q. Do sessions ever get cancelled?

A. Yes. If the weather is really windy and wet, the session may get cancelled. We will post on the website or the Facebook page if this is the case

Q. What’s the minimum age?

A. The minimum age for the junior sessions is 8 years old. 

Q. Do I need to be able to swim?

A. All paddlers have to wear a buoyancy aid, which enables you to float. participants should be ‘confident in water’ but don’t have to be the strongest swimmers. 

Q. Can I bring my own boat and equipment?

A. Yes, of course you can 

We look forward to meeting you

Canoe Trip – River TBC

A canadian Canoe River trip run by Will Brett, river TBC.

Please contact will@landscapedesignsomerset.co.uk for full details.

Canoeing on the River Barle.

Canoeing on the River Barle.

Canoe Trip – River TBC

A canadian Canoe River trip run by Will Brett on the Lower Dart.

Please contact will@landscapedesignsomerset.co.uk for full details.

River Barle