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Last weekend saw the first sea kayaking trip at Skye of the 2019 season. In the team were to girls from Denmark, who felt at home once in the kayak. Even though the waves were pretty choppy right after passing through the Skye bridge the coped really well. We concluded that it must be the Viking heritage. We paddled from Kyleakin to Pabay and then after a very short lunch...
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You would hardly notice it but this kayak is now 18 years old. I’ve done already a few jobs on it like replacing the skeg and working on the seat. However, over the years I have managed to get a few cracks on the hull and deck. With the weather this nice, I have started grinding out the cracks, filled them with new gelcoat and sanded it down. Since I...
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Last weekend saw our first sea kayaking trip of the season. And boy it was a challenge. We had pretty strong winds coming in from the north. That meant that we had limited options to paddle but stilled managed a group of 6 girls from Edinburgh to get to Glencoul bothy. Unfortunately the weather got worse on Sunday and it was very apparent that paddling was not an option. Therefore...
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We were planning for the last year to expand our fleet of composite kayaks by 2 more boats this year. We bought 2 brand spanking new Venture Kayak Capella. The Capella reminds me of my first sea kayak, which was a P&H Capella RM 166. These new boats are a 163 for a smaller paddler and a 167. I hope they will serve us well.
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A video made by Alex Harrison who took part on one of our 5 day winter mountaineering courses. I don’t remember the spindrift to look this pleasant though. Maybe I was too busy looking at my feet when I walked, especially coming out of the Coire An T-Sneachda boulder field.
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