Explore explore caves, arches and remote beaches on stable sea kayaks. Sea Kayaks allow riders to go in a straight line and cover large distances with minimal effort and in comfort.
- Get closer to the shore than any other craft
- Explore beautiful hidden locations
- Wet and can be cold
- Requires planning
Training & Qualifications
Sea kayaking in the UK is overseen by the British Canoe Union (BCU), with accredited centres offering nationally and internationally-recognised courses to develop personal skills and train instructors.
It is best to hire equipment initially to get to grips with the activity and the type of craft that is right for you. A folding kayak or a rigid one which can be broken down provides the most flexibility.
You need a paddle jacket to wear over warm clothing, although you’ll likely be too hot in full wet or dry suits.