Kayaking around Tierra Del Fuego….
Some awesome news from CackleTV by Justine Curgenven:
Quote from her blog:
The Reel Paddling Film Festival is in it’s 7th year & the 2013 winners have just been announced. I’m delighted to share that ‘Tierra Del Fuego” won best sea kayaking film of 2013. See all the results here. The Reel Paddling Film Festival tours around the [...]
Sea kayak Current courses.
Dates: Feb 2-3 // March 2-3 -4 // April 13-14
Cost: $300, 3 participants max. Contact us for group pricing.
Current 101 is not only for newbies. We see lots of great sea kayakers looking completely lost in currents, or just not getting a lot of fun out of it. If I ask them if they [...]
Environmental impact on our backyard: Logging the Discovery Islands.
A very interesting article in the Globe and Mail about The discovery Islands getting logged again….
Ralph Keller speaks up:
Images of narrow sea channels backed by towering, thickly forested mountains have long been featured in government ads promoting tourism under the slogan: Super, Natural British Columbia.
While the government maintains that branding is being protected [...]
Just a few Videos….
Some Long boat Rodeo action,
Some sweet surfin in the sun….
Tide Race 101
Tide race courses 2013:
Dates: March 2-3 // April 13-14
Cost: $300, 3 participants maximum. Contact us for group pricing.
A tide race is a very chaotic area of water, where the dynamics are confusing. It takes either swell or wind waves running against a good amount of current to create a tide race. As a result you are looking at [...]
Environment Canada Marine Survey
To: Boating and Marine Associations, Their Members and Mariners
Re: Marine Weather Services Survey: Please participate and share with other Mariners
Environment Canada (EC) is responsible for providing marine weather and ice information, and issuing all marine weather alerts for Canadian waters. Environment Canada is committed to understanding the needs of mariners. We are [...]