Sunday, July 3, 2011, 02:44 PMThe Inner Hebrides guided sea kayaking trips have proved very popular again this year so we have added more dates.
This course/holiday blends the 5 day Sea Kayaking Intro Course with the Inner Hebrides Improver 5 day "holiday".
It is aimed at those who have done just a very small amount or sea kayaking or some river kayaking and would like to progress or just have a great holiday.
This means we cover the syllabus of the 5 day course but spend Wednesday and Thursday nights out camping so that you learn the skills associated with paddling a loaded sea kayak & camping from one. We meet at 9.30am on the first day and are finished by 4.30pm on the last day.
It means if the weather is obliging you may get to visit more remote locations.
Usually participants provide their own camping gear but we can provide stoves and tents especially for those who travel by public transport.
Contrary to popular belief the midges on the coast are not a problem most of the time. They only emerge in June and then whenever there is at least slight breeze they disappear. So perhaps one evening in seven are they a nuisance in July & August.
Inner Hebrides Guided Sea Kayaking Trip
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Sunday, April 24, 2011, 01:13 PMStill a few places left on the Sea Kayaking Intro 2 day course 7th/8th May Edinburgh
Meet Dunbar Harbour 10am Saturday Morning bring lunch.Finish about 4pm ish.(more info http://www.nationalkayakschool.com/cour ... mp;id=2420
As well as a great basic Intro to sea kayaking for people who have never kayaked before it also gives you the opportunity to try a great range of sea kayaks from the leading manufacturers.
Cost is £150 for the 2 days inc all equipment inc drysuits for the May course. Call 01631 565 310 or email email@example.com
Anyone on a National Kayak school course gets 10% of equipment at the UK's largest Sea Kayak Shop www.seakayakoban.com
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Tuesday, April 19, 2011, 08:01 AMThis April's weather has seen the best start to the season for about 10yrs and it looks like continueing for the forseeable future.
We still have spaces on some courses and on others we have managed to get extra guides to cater for the increase in demand.
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Monday, March 7, 2011, 11:00 AMNational kayak school is now offering free use of drysuits on all their early season beginner kayaking courses in scotland. So far this has provided smiles all round as a dunking is no longer a problem.
Sea Kayak Oban our huge sea kayak shop has a large range of drysuits to fit all pockets.
The free drysuits also makes life good for the instructors as they are able to push the clients just a bit more so that they learn even more.
We also use the drysuits on our safety courses and white water courses making us the best equipped kayaking operator in Scotland
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Thursday, January 6, 2011, 05:58 PMWe have had a great start to 2011 with some really superb lighting and light winds , ideal for enjoying the West Coast of Scotland in Sea Kayaks. We have been demoing quite a few sea kayaks both new designs and ones that are new to us.
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