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Welcome To The Go Sea Kayak Blog...
This Blog is A Record Of My Personal Adventures And Wonderful Kayaking Lifestyle. It Is Also A Taster Of What You Can Expect If You're Adventurous Enough To Tag Along. Why Not Get In Touch And Join One Of Go Sea Kayaks Guided Trips On The Beautiful Mediterranean Island Of Sardinia, You Won't Regret it!

Monday 23 February 2015

Riding On Giants..

A bit of a last minute paddle this & a day late some might say as the day previous saw the biggest tide for 25 years! Where I'm from that equates to a Giant 14.7 metre tidal range :)
Unfortunately the day of the big one was far too calm for playing but the following day looked far more promising! With an unsettled forecast secured we headed to Nells Point tide race :)
 Ready for launch!
 Gareth Jenkins contemplating the race.
 Then going for it!
 Elan Rhys Winter was getting stuck in too!
 And having far too much fun!

A bit blurry but you get the idea :)

So that was it, another fab day out but one without many pics as I was keeping a firm grip on my shaft!

Monday 16 February 2015

Missy Duckypoo's...

Just a quicky this, was planning on meeting Chris & John for a wee paddle out to Flat Holm Island. We postponed saturday due to the weather & re-arranged for Sunday but Chris pulled out due to a bad back. That left me & John free for a paddle in what were lovely conditions :)
 Was awesome to be back on the water after about a month on dry land!
 We left from Swanbridge in Sully doing a loop of Sully Island before starting the 4.5 mile crossing to Flat Holm in misty conditions.
 The island was hard to see for most of the crossing till the sun briefly shone & burnt off some of the mist :)

 Time for lunch as we have an hour & a bit till the ebb starts.
 Back on the water & its time for cheesy selfies ;)
 And more selfies with Rannie Buoy. The slats were damaged on the buoy & I was surprised to see that they were made of wood?

 The mist reappeared as we neared Sully again.
 Ans we bumped into Chris whos back seemed better.
 And was carrying a stowaway? Chris car picked up a stowaway too but thats another story!
The light was wierd when we landed at Sully & the camera has totally failed to capture the cool blue skies we saw!