Come try out the hottest and fastest growing sport on the water! We have lots of calm flat water choices for location in the Mid-Cape area.
$65 per person minimum two (2) people
This is the perfect intro to those new to the sport or those who are looking to improve technique. Total time is 1.5 to 2 hours.
We offer a variety of instructional kayak courses including: Beginner Kayaking, Introduction to Kayaking, Flat Water Safety and Rescue, Essentials of Kayak Touring, Basic Ocean Skills, Advanced Ocean Skills, and Swift Current, Tides, Rips and Rocks. Length of classes and prices vary. To schedule or sign up for a lesson call us at 508-790-1217.
Tours explore various rivers, ponds, and even the ocean, all depending on your experience and interest. Call us today!
$65.00 minimum two (2) students
Beginner Kayaking is a brief, three-hour introduction to paddling a kayak. Students are presented with basic information on simple rescues, potential hazards, and dressing to paddle safely. A simple paddle skill set is presented and practiced, allowing students to safely and comfortably maneuver on still water. While designed as a stand-alone course, Beginner Kayaking students often progress to the introduction to kayaking course to acquire greater paddling skill through significantly more guided, on-water practice time.
Introduction to Kayaking is a six-hour course focusing on skills needed for any type of kayak including but not limited to sit on tops, recreational, folding and inflatable. Presentations include dressing to paddle safely and potential paddling hazards. Simple rescues are demonstrated by the instructor combined with the paddling skills practiced by students to maneuver safely and comfortably on still water.
Introduces essential flat-water safety practices and rescue techniques that can be performed with a minimum of equipment, in the first few minutes of an emergency.
This is an eight-hour course focused on helping the student learn to travel safely and efficiently by kayak. Emphasis is placed on practicing a rescue sequence, understanding the basics of tides and currents, use of a compass (safety bearing), rules for paddling channels with and without boat traffic, use of a VHF radio and weather radio and other emergency equipment.