Category: Websites

Website: Sea Kayaking TV

David Johnston just posted up an article on The Heliconia Press and their move from print media to purely web based video content on his excellent Paddling Instructor website. After reading his article I began exploring The...

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Website: Skirtfit.com

Came across this website via Twitter (thanks to Derrick Quix) which is attempting to catalogue kayak cockpit sizes to aid deck selection/purchase. Although it is provided by Immersion Research, it is not a designed as a sales...

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News: River Thames Podcast

Simon Willis recently released a new podcast over on Sea Kayak Podcasts. This episode featured Harry Whelan, a Youth Worker and Kayak coach who is based at Cremorne Riverside in Chelsea, London and spends his time working with...

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Website: paddlinglight.com

Paddling Light (formerly Nessmuking.com) is a website dedicated to lightweight travel via canoe or kayak and it’s primary author/publisher Bryan Hansel has provided a wealth of resources from articles, reviews and...

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Website: paddlingplanet.com

As opposed to a blog or website created by one person, Paddling Planet is a blog aggregator. This means websites who choose to submit their content via their RSS feed and Paddling Planet aggregates this into one website. What...

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Website: paddlinginstructor.com

Paddling Instructor is the brainchild of Paddle Canada Instructor Trainer David Johnston. This excellent website contains a blog, reviews of equipment, articles on all aspects of Sea Kayaking and a new and growing forum area....

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Website: Mark Tozer’s Blog

marktozer.blogspot.com is an interesting blog which in which BCU coach Mark Tozer chronicles some of the highlights of his coaching, paddling and other outdoor activities. Mark is a highly qualified BCU coach, holding the...

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Website: Kajak.nu

As the UK is currently experiencing another snowy spell, the following website and in particular, a recent post caught my eye with some magical photos of paddling in the snow. Kajak.nu is a Swedish website so navigating around...

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