Welcome To Go Sea Kayak

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!

Sunday, 31 December 2017

Booked Your 2018 Club Trip Yet???

Have you booked your club trip for next year? It could be a lot cheaper than you think, especially with a multiday camping excursion. Tempted? Then why not come to the extraordinary Island of Sardinia. This beautiful Italian Island is the second largest in the Mediterranean, the scenery is breathtaking and the weather warm and sunny.
We can guarantee you amazing coastline, fabulous one-way routes with collection to and from your hotel, passionate and enthusiastic guides and quality kayaks and equipment.
We even throw in some discount for club bookings.
So what are you waiting for?
Get in touch at www.goseakayak.com :)

Monday, 18 December 2017

Free Movie!!! Yep, It's here! The Go Sea Kayak Circumnavigation of Corsica Movie. It's now live on Vimeo and free to watch or download.
We hope you Enjoy it :)
Maybe you would like to join us? We run sea kayaking excursions and camping trips on the beautiful Italian Island of Sardinia. so why nit get in touch?

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Spur Of The Moment Bivi...

So there I was, reluctantly easing myself out of out of bed on Monday morning with nothing to do. I had a few days free from work and an idea struck me, an idea I liked. I hastily packed for a bivi camp on the Maddalena Islands :)
 All adventures have to start somewhere and mine started here in the busy port of Palau. 
 After a little over an hour of open sea though never really that far from land I reached the stunningly beautiful island of Spargi.
 I pull up onto a little beach I know where there's some peace from the multitude of pleasure craft and have a well earned rest before continuing on to the first of three new islands for me, Budelli.
 After a thirty minute crossing in force 4-5 sea's I reach the island of Budelli and it's beautiful sheltered coves. 
 After Budelli things got harder. The wind was strong as I paddled around Isola Santa Maria and I had a good force 4-5 headwind to reach a campspot on Isola di Razzoli. Not the prettiest beach but it was nice and sheltered and the seagrass would act as a camping mat being as I'd left mine at home! 
 This was the view from above my camp :)
 Morning comes and the winds have gone leaving beautifully calm sea's.
 I make my way around Razzoli, continuing with my intention to loop around the three outermost islands of the Maddalena's. The mountains you can see in the far distance is Corsica. 
 A very battered lighthouse on the northern tip of Razzoli. I'm just four miles from the first of the Corsican islands at this point. I'll be doing that crossing soon!
 An hour or so later I reach the Elephant Seal's of Isola Spargi.
 Pose for a selfy :)
And have a very long and well earned rest before paddling back to Palau.
What a way to spend a couple of days off! :)
Come and experience sea kayaking in Sardinia for yourself.
Get in touch at www.goseakayak.com :)

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Day Off Family Fun...

A few quick pictures for your perusal of my wonderful life out here in Sardinia. Despite working as a kayak guide running several excursions per week I still can't help going paddling on my days off :)
This trip was to the chain of most southerly islands in the Maddalena archipelago with my girlfriend, mother in law and aunt, a really fab day out.
Why not get in touch and come join us.

Saturday, 1 July 2017

Kayak Club Excursions...

I don't normally blog work posts on here but this was such a wonderful and varied 14 days of work that I had too share it. I was hosting two kayak clubs from the UK back to back for seven days each so I had to use all of our routes to keep everyone entertained and having fun. We covered the coastline from as far north as Capo Testa to the south just past Capo Ceraso and I enjoyed myself as much as the clients evan though the occasional bad forecast had me changing the routes a few times.

Hope you enjoy the pics and feel inspired to bring your club or group of friends sea kayaking in Sardinia with us. We'd love to see you :)