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Online Trip Planning

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Rates: $89
Dates: Jan 11 to Feb 1 | February 23 - March 16 | April 6-27
Age: 16+

 

Take advantage of those long winter nights and get ready to plan (and dream) about next year’s kayaking trips!

Who this course is for
Beginners and experienced kayakers alike
that are planning either day trips or overnight kayak trips.

Why this course is so important 
Being on the water, exposed to Mother Nature, means when things do go wrong, and they can go very wrong, very quickly.
Almost all the time, a lack of trip planning or adequate ocean knowledge is the reason people get into trouble.

Your Course Instructors
After a countless number of excursion to various islands in British Columbia, and a host of international kayaking trips, our Paddle Canada Certified kayak instructors have a wealth of overnight trip knowledge to share with you. They’ve seen it all and know how to ensure a safe and EPIC kayak trip!  

This Online Trip Planning Series runs over 4 evenings and is designed to cover everything you need to successfully plan a safe kayaking trip.

Topics included:

Course 1: Charts & Navigation
Course 2: Tides & Currents
Course 3: Marine Weather
Course 4: Picking a suitable location, What to bring, How to pack and Risk Assessment.

Each topic will include a Q&A sessions, along with further resource material for those wanting to “geek out” and further their knowledge base.

Rates

Just $89 for the entire series!

Upcoming 2022 Dates

 

Tuesday, January Series:

Tuesday evenings 6-9pm PST

  • January 11 (Chart & Navigation)
  • January 18 (Tides & Currents)
  • January 25 (Marine Weather)
  • February 1 (Bringing it all together: Trip Planning and Execution)

 

Wednesday, February/March Series:

Wednesday evenings 6-9pm PST

  • February 23 (Chart & Navigation)
  • March 2 (Tides & Currents)
  • March 9 (Marine Weather)
  • March 16 (Bringing it all together: Trip Planning and Execution)

 

Wednesday, April Series:

Wednesday evenings 6-9pm PST

  • April 6 (Chart & Navigation)
  • April 13 (Tides & Currents)
  • April 20 (Marine Weather)
  • April 27. (Bringing it all together: Trip Planning and Execution)

 

Prerequisites

None

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