Sea Kayaking uses longer, faster to paddle, kayaks. Trips are usually along coasts but they can also cross between land masses. In places like the Bristol Channel you can use the high speed of the tide to travel a long relatively easily, although careful planning is essential. In calm weather you can visitcaves unreachable by land, observe wildlife at close quarters and cruise quietly past deserted beaches. For the more adventurous you can 'play' with rocks in the swell and surf some waves in tide races or on the beach. Our Sea Kayak leaders will be aware of the weather so that we can keep you as safe as possible. To get to this level we may be able to organise reduced rate sea kayak coaching to develop your skills further e.g. BCU 3 star training, introduction to moving and rough water.