We do not operate a minimum group size, so once you have booked, the tour or class will happen (weather permitting).
Times: From April to October our tours operate on most days at 1000,1400,1800.
November–March times by arrangement.
Staffing: You are accompanied by a British Canoe Union certified Kayak instructor and Safety equipment is carried on all trips. The client/instructor ratio does not exceed 8 clients to 1 instructor. On specialist courses the ratio is 6 clients to 1 instructor.
Swimming ability: We are happy to take non-swimmers, if they are confident in the water and happy to take part. We encourage water sports for all (regardless of ability). Please tell us if you are a non-swimmer. We may ask clients to demonstrate their water confidence.
Special needs and health matters: If you or your group has special needs then please tell us in advance. We will endeavour to enable you or your group to have an enjoyable activity.
What to bring:
We provide all water sports equipment, buoyancy aids and wetsuits. We have wetsuits in both ladies and gents sizes.
It is essential for each kayaker to bring:
A swimming costume
A snack or food.
Plenty of fluids (water is best).Protect the environment- avoid bringing bottled water. Use a cycle bottle.
Sun block (min SPF35 is now recommended on Jersey). Sunglasses and a hat or cap.
Sweatshirt to wear on the water if needed.
Plimsolls, trainers or wetsuit boots must be worn. Remember some dry shoes to go home in!
If you have your own wetsuit, it is well worth bringing it. We have a selection of wetsuits in both ladies and gents sizes.
Protect the environment: Consider catching the bus or go by bicycle. Our website has links to bus times and cycle hire.
Follow your guides advice when observing wild life.
Less packaging can make a major impact in reducing the amount of rubbish on beaches. Help keep our beaches clean. Try to bring back one item of plastic after your kayaking/walk.