Author: Annette Eatock

South West Outdoor Festival 2019

We are pleased to be involved in the National Trust SW Outdoor Festival this year. Join in the weekend of adventure in Penrose and Lizard. You can find out more about the festival here. Over the weekend there will be

Playing in a Welsh Tidal Race – Romany Sport

Wow – every time I go to the Bitches, Pembrokshire it just reminds me of why I paddle!  Perfect conditions on a small 6.7m tide to try out how it handles on a standing wave. As you can see… it

Accessible Kayaking – our new social enterprise.

Do you or someone you know have additional needs? Ever tried kayaking? Now is your chance. In 2018 we’ll be offering specific kayaking sessions for people with any health impairments, disabilities, mental health issues or learning difficulties. After 7 years

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Romany Sport: A female perspective.

On a glorious Sunday with turquoise blue sea, crystalline sand and sun overhead there was an element of frustration – no waves to go surfing. Not an issue as the famous Porthleven food festival was on but as its popularity

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Lizard Sea Kayak Gathering Sept 2017

Building on the success of last year’s sea kayaking weekend, we are offering another opportunity for sea kayakers to get together and explore the beautiful Lizard peninsula. There will be a number of professionally led paddling sessions on the Sat

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Coasteering Training in Hong Kong pays off!

In April J-P went to Hong Kong to train up a couple of people to coasteer around the entire island of Hong Kong. He spent an intense couple of days with them preparing them for their circumnavigation. The first pic

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Exploring Poldark country

This is what sea kayaking is it all about – getting to places others find hard to reach, paddling past some iconic Cornish landmarks through a 3 to 5 foot swell and F3 winds, even on a cool March day! 

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Spring Rock Hopping

Rock Hopping Portreath Island

February – and time to put it through its paces with a spot of rock hopping in the rock gardens…  The small group began heading out left from Portreath, with a tantalising forecast of a super clean 3 foot swell

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