Kayaking

Sea kayaking at RWSABCRWSABC is located in one of the best locations for paddle sports in Scotland. The Club organizes trips to the beautiful West Coast and the local Clyde Estuary. Coaching is provided on Monday and Tuesday evenings during the season, starting at 6.00 pm The Club has an extensive fleet of sea kayaks and canoes available to members.

The activities span instructing novice paddlers in the fundamental physical and theoretical skills required to safely participate in the sport, to developing more experienced paddlers to take part in day expeditions and multi-day wilderness trips under experienced and qualified leadership and instruction. Regular courses covering aquatic First Aid, VHF radio use, sea kayak navigation skills etc and offers encouragement and support to members entering into the UKCC/BCU coaching scheme, all of which are important in cascading knowledge and skills within the Club.

Canoeing

Coaching is provided for adult novices on Mondays, more experienced paddlers are welcome on Tuesdays.

See details on what kit to bring along.

If you would like to try sea kayaking or canoeing, please contact us through our contact page, or come down to the Club on a Monday or Tuesday evening at 6.00 pm. You are assured of a warm welcome.

NB: Evening kayaking sessions on Monday (novices) and Tuesday (experienced only) start up after the clocks change in March.

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