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Introduction to Sea Kayaking By Bob Schroepfer
eBook (PDF): $6.25
Introduction to Sea Kayaking was written not as a “how to” manual; rather it is a basic introduction to sea kayaking with some “how to” included. It covers the kayak, the... More > paddle, fixing a broken kayak, knots, food and cooking, clothing, packing, navigation and safety. This manual is intended for the beginner who is thinking about sea kayaking as a outdoor activity for themselves and would would like to have a basic understanding of the sport before they go shopping.< Less
Introduction to Sea Kayaking By Bob Schroepfer
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Introduction to Sea Kayaking was written not as a “how to” manual; rather it is a basic introduction to sea kayaking with some “how to” included. It covers the kayak, the... More > paddle, fixing a broken kayak, knots, food and cooking, clothing, packing, navigation and safety. This manual is intended for the beginner who is thinking about sea kayaking as a outdoor activity for themselves and would would like to have a basic understanding of the sport before they go shopping.< Less
Sea Kayaking Guide By Karen Rose
eBook (PDF): $5.00
An excellent handbook on sea kayaking.
Sea Kayaking Guide By Karen Rose
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An excellent handbook on sea kayaking.
Retractable Sea Kayak Skeg By Nick Schade
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Plans and instructions to build your own retractable sea kayak skeg. A skeg provides another dimension of control to your kayak.
A Kayaking Bible By Brian Spearman
eBook (ePub): $5.67
There are several ways to kayak. Kayaking does not always include white waters, rapid waters, etc. You can kayak in still rivers, still waters, such as lakes, or even on the ocean and in the sea. You... More > can also use your kayak as a way to surf, or in slow moving rivers. Kayaking can be quite relaxing, especially on inland cruises or quiet waters. Kayaks can take you on rapid events, and often the kayaks are lightweight crafts, especially at the bottom. This adds convenience, since if you capsize, the kayak will automatically right itself. While there are many dangers, head injuries are a major concern. This is why kayaks AWA Safety Codes advise you to wear head gear to protect your head, especially if the boat should capsize. The helmet will help you avoid knocking yourself senseless on rocks. This book will make you aware of many of the items you may not have considered. These items will affect your safety and enjoyment of the sport.< Less
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO KAYAKING AND CANOEING - LEARN TO KAYAK & CANOE By SUSAN DE JONCKHEERE
eBook (PDF): $4.87
Kayaks, Kayakers and Kayaking Kayaking can be recreational as well as adventuresome. More and more people are taking up kayaking as a hobby or recreational sport. Kayakers are serious about their... More > sport. Kayaks give them an opportunity to see the world from a different perspective and, if they so desire, to pit themselves and the kayak against Mother Nature's wildest rivers and rapids. Kayaking is here to stay. Kayaks give Kayakers a chance to go places that can't be accessed any other way. They allow kayakers to pit themselves against nature, to calmly paddle and enjoy nature and to renew an acquaintance with the world without the intrusion of technology. Jam packed with loads of information for the experienced and novice canoeist and kayaker. Contents include the following articles: Preparing for Your Kayaking Trip - The Basics Ocean Kayaking - The Ultimate Challenge in Exploring the Waters Canoeing and Kayaking - The Essentials Beginner's Guide to Whitewater Kayaking Gear< Less
Captain Kayak, the Adventures Begin By Lou Pizzi
eBook (ePub): $1.50
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The Captain Kayak stories are about the adventures a young boy has all over the world, the things he sees and does, and the scrapes he gets into. In this first story Captain Kayak goes to London and... More > come across a whale that needs help. What happens next makes the boy famous, and as a result all sorts of things happen. As well as loving kayaks, Captain Kayak is a fan of technology and uses it to help him plan his trips. He also posts photos of his trips on Facebook so friends can follow his adventures.< Less
Kayak Fishing for Saltwater By Guy Nizrad
eBook (PDF): $2.99
First and foremost I'm an angler. Yes, it is a great pleasure to wake up early in the morning, set up the kayak, push it out to the water and paddle to the deep sea when the sun rises, but for me,... More > the main goal is to get fish on board - nothing will compare to the excitement of fighting with big fish. By accident I heard of kayak fishing and immediately hooked up. I didn't know how to begin and a lot of questions came to mind: How to choose the best kayak for fishing? What equipment is needed? How to maintain the equipment in an appropriate manner? How to tie the lines? What are the best techniques to catch fish from a kayak? How to catch each specific type of fish? And of course, how to keep the safety rules? If you are interested in kayak fishing and wonder how to begin and how to return with fish after a day of paddling, this book is exactly what you need. After years of experience, I have gathered all the necessary information that you need in order to start fishing from a kayak in saltwater.< Less
Fiordland and Beyond By Max Grant
eBook (PDF): $4.50
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This book tells of the incredible journey of 81 days, undertaken by a Father and Daughter to kayak around the South Island of New Zealand. Readers can follow author Max Grant’s journey with his... More > daughter, Melanie, throughout their kayaking adventure in Fiordland and beyond to the many places they encountered during their circumnavigation of what is considered to be one of the most spectacular coastlines in the World. The book is very well illustrated with 149 coloured photos taken along the way and 18 maps to show their progress. This book tells of their fears, their doubts, and the joys that were all part of the journey. The places they visited and the people they met along the way, makes for a fascinating story - a journey deeper and more involved than simply paddling a kayak 2,750 kilometres around New Zealand’s most rugged coastline.< Less