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Homemade kayaking animation is great #stayathome entertainment  

Homemade kayaking animation is great #stayathome entertainment  

| April 10, 2020

With London under coronavirus lockdown, the capital’s kayaking clubs have been coming up with creative ways to entertain and motivate their members.  Regents Canoe Club, a whitewater club usually based on the Regents Canal, came up with a special movie night. The Regents Academy of Film & Television Awards, otherwise known as the RAFTAs. Club […]

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Home by Sarah Outen, touring the UK now

Home by Sarah Outen, touring the UK now

| October 18, 2019

Home is an extreme travel adventure with a warm heart, as adventurer Sarah Outen traverses the world, solo, by kayak, bike & an ocean-proof rowing boat.   Home is touring now, in London and across the UK. Home by Sarah Outen Between 2011 and 2015 UK adventurer Sarah Outen traversed the globe. For her expedition […]

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Kayaking the Aleutians – screening Sunday 1st November

Kayaking the Aleutians – screening Sunday 1st November

| October 18, 2015

6.30pm, Sunday 1st November: Screening of Kayaking the Aleutians and talk by Justine Curgenven, at the Doodle Bar, Battersea. Chelsea Kayak Club will be hosting a special screening and talk with Justine Curgenven, about her epic paddle with Sarah Outen across the Aleutian islands, at 6.30pm on Sunday 1st November at the Doodle Bar, Battersea. Justine […]

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Fuse: Thames kayaking at night, water and electric lights

Fuse: Thames kayaking at night, water and electric lights

| November 16, 2014

Fuse is a brilliant short film from Dave Wortley, filmed at Hurley Weir on the River Thames. Fuse has been entered into the 2014 Kayak Session Short Film of the Year Awards. Check out Dave’s blog to find out he and his friends produced Fuse: http://worldkayakblogs.com/mydeckpopped/2014/10/20/fuse/

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Kayak the Amazon: An Expedition from Source to Sea

Kayak the Amazon: An Expedition from Source to Sea

| June 28, 2014

David Midgley, a computer programmer from London, England, dreamed of doing something BIG, and different. A wild idea in a Scottish bar became a ten year project: learn to kayak, and then kayak the Amazon from source to sea. David, better known as ‘Midge’ joined London’s Regents Canoe Club and started to train and plan. Darcy Gaechter […]

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Kayaking through London at night on the River Thames

Kayaking through London at night on the River Thames

| April 27, 2014

London can look pretty stunning from the Thames – especially at night. Check out this clip of paddlers from one of London’s many canoe clubs, enjoying an evening on the river. For more information on kayaking on the River Thames see http://canoelondon.com/kayaking-on-tidal-thames-in-london-group-safety-leadership/

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