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Over 120 trip reports for trips in Scottish, Welsh, English and Irish & Overseas waters, both as submitted articles (some illustrated), external links and discussions from the Community pages, as well as useful local information sources. Bing Maps will help you find places mentioned.

See the Almanac Pages for a variety of articles, links and discussions on everything from VHF to Boat Reviews. For organised paddling opportunities, check out the Community pages where events are often advertised, join a club or use a commercial centre.

Your Contribution is very welcome and helps build the knowledge base for all of us. If you want advice or suggestions, then why not post your own request or comments on the Community pages?

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CALEDONIAN CANAL - not a "sea trip" as such, but a lovely, long journey none the less! Contributed by Claire Cailes - Photos by Dan Millwood.


Newest: CALEDONIAN CANAL - not a "sea trip" as such, but a lovely, long journey none the less! Contributed by Claire Cailes - Photos by Dan Millwood..

Newest: HOLY ISLAND, ANGLESEY - illustrated report by Zoe Newsam.

Newest: THAMES ESTUARY & APPROCHES - from Tower Hamlets Canoe Club comes this excellent illustrated trip guide to this (unlikely?) area. Newest: WALKING WITH SHARKS - well illustrated report by Chris Scott on paddling in Shark Bay, Western Australia.

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Sea kayaking is a potentially hazardous pursuit, partly because of the nature of the environment in which we operate. Safer sea-kayaking is a consequence of appropriate coaching and knowledge. To receive suitable training join an appropriate local club or contact a commercial centre.

The RNLI produces some useful safety information for kayakers - The Complete Guide - Booklet. The Complete Guide - CD Download. RNLI Kayaking Safety - (A5 Leaflet)

Please be safe on the water and Tread Lightly in the wilderness.

For background on what UKSKGB is about, including info on how to contribute and things like copyright, see the "About UKSKGB" page.


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(Updated 22-Mar-2012 )