Book review: Exciting murder mystery that kayakers might enjoy

Book review: Exciting murder mystery that kayakers might enjoy

I recently reviewed a novel for Atlantic Coastal Kayaker magazine about lobsters, the Maine Coast and an intrepid kayaker - a sometime sleuth - who investigates the disappearance of a lobsterman. It’s a great winter read!

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August / September Newsletter - Still Time to Book a Trip

August / September Newsletter - Still Time to Book a Trip

2018 has been our best year so far! We've had some wonderful multi-day paddlers coming from as far afield as Wisconsin, Colorado, NYC and Virginia…

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Close Encounter with Epic Kayak

Close Encounter with Epic Kayak

I’ve paddled the 16X and the 18X for well over 100 hours each and have come to appreciate their design attributes – the flaws as well as the features I’ve come to like….

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Paddling Gear

Paddling Gear

Now that summer weather has finally come to New England, you might be thinking about buying new gear…

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Book early and save on 2018 Kayak Trips

Book early and save on 2018 Kayak Trips

Food for energy on overnight trips is super-important and we plan on cooking some tasty meals using, where possible, organic ingredients from our garden…

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Medical Noticeboard

Medical Noticeboard

Many, if not all, sea kayak guides are certified in Wilderness First Aid…

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New book highlights self-directed kayaking trips in Southern Maine

New book highlights self-directed kayaking trips in Southern Maine

The southeastern corner of Maine, an area roughly bounded by the Kennebec River to the north, the Androscoggin to the west and the Saco…

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New book on sea kayaking covers basic skills, paddling techniques and trip planning

New book on sea kayaking covers basic skills, paddling techniques and trip planning

It seems the last thing an already well informed and enthusiastic sea kayaker needs is one more ‘how to’ book on sea kayaking. 

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