Posts Tagged ‘Cornwall’

Great news! The Sea Kayaking Cornwall family is back in action. If you fancy stretching your sea legs again now that the lockdown is easing, get in touch with Shaun and Geoff and book yourself in for some salt water therapy……

For those that don’t know Shaun and Geoff and their friendly band of instructors, they put the experience of their customers first, always.  They are skilled coaches, have thousands of expedition miles between them.  All their instructors have also had careers outside of the sport and bring that diverse experience and perspective to your learning experience.  On top of that, they show a genuine interest in their clients.  People who learn to kayak with them, keep coming back year after year.

If you plan on being in the South West this summer, book some time with them.






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Hi folks,

Hope everyone has had a fab Christmas and is looking forward to the new year!

If you are struggling for things to do once the festive season is over, you could always pop down to The Harbour Club, Portscatho on Tuesday, 15th January at 8pm.  Geoff and I will take you on a little journey around Great Britain, share some of our experiences, stunning scenery, incredible wildlife and some of the inspirational people we met along the way.

We have some photos, some videos and plenty of tall stories to tell (getting taller as the weeks go by!)

Entrance is free, but we’d welcome donations to charity.

Hope to see you there!

Geoff and Andy

Home Coming

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A little video to say thank you to all those special people who made our little trip possible, who wished us well, who inspired us along the way and of course, who made such generous donations to our charities.

There are so many people to thank and sorry if we have missed anyone!

The fabulous total raised now stands at £11,800 (including Gift Aid this should climb to over £14,000).


Andy and Geoff


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So a couple of months before I started my sabbatical, I got an email from Andrew, a friend and colleague, with the simple text “Any interest?” – and a link.  The longest non-stop canoe race in the world it said. Starting in Devizes and finishing just downstream of Westminster Bridge – 125 miles long and 77 portages.  It went on to say that the race is a severe test of skill and stamina……

Of course I was interested, after all, how hard can it be?


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The wind was unusually strong for the time of year

For years the idea of taking a sabbatical from my great job and some wonderful colleagues was unthinkable.  Until now that is.   We’ve taken the plunge…….SO WHAT NOW?


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It is D-Day!  The first day of a year-long sabbatical for Tanya (my wife) and me.  A chance to do all of the things some of the things we have always wanted to do (and some of the things we probably haven’t even thought of yet).  One of those things is to blog.  So welcome to my first post on my first blog!  In this and subsequent posts I hope to be able to bring you news of all the things we get up to on our year off.

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