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Apr
05

Newsletter Spring 2014

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The latest North Atlantic Canoe & Kayak Newsletter by Hal McLaughlin, Spring 2014, is now available.  Check it out!

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Jan
12

Winter 2014 Newsletter

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The Winter 2014 edition of the Newsletter is now available on-line.  It’s got 35 pages of info including cold weather paddling, wetsuits, drysuits, the Pawlata roll and more.

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Blueway Trail

The Draft South Shore Blueway Plan establishes a water trail along Nassau County’s south shore and is the result of a community-wide trail planning process that identified access points and gaps where further water access is needed to complete the trail.

The South Shore Blueway Trail Draft Plan has been released to the public with a 30-day comment period. During the comment period, which concludes on November 21, people can submit their questions and comments

The public is invited to share their comments both online and during a community discussion November 14, 6:00 pm at Freeport Village Hall Conference Room, located at 46 N. Ocean Avenue, Freeport, New York 11520. Paddlers are invited to help shape the future South Shore Blueway Trail by commenting on the Draft Plan.

Designed by Going Coastal, Inc. and Cameron Engineering & Associates, LLP to be a blueprint to cover the development, implementation, maintenance and use of the South Shore Blueway Trail, the plan is a collaborative effort of New York State, Nassau County, Village of Freeport, Town of Hempstead and the Town of Oyster Bay. A key element of the new South Shore Blueway Trail Plan is sustainable, American Disability Act compliant access. The plan also proposes developing a branding strategy and provides for interpretive and educational opportunities that will encourage understanding of the south shore ecosystem and maritime heritage.

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Sep
12

Autumn Gales 2013

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Just heard from Greg Paquin of Kayak Waveology about this years’ Autumn Gales event. Autumn Gales is a rough water sea kayak training event for intermediate and advanced paddlers based out of Stonington, CT. The event, scheduled for November 8, 9 and 10, is timed with the higher current flows of Fishers Island Sound to take advantage of the tide races in the area. Kayak Waveology hosts the event and brings in internationally known BCU (British Canoe Union) coaches and local rough water guides.  Preceding the event is BCU Skills Training and Assessments from November 4 thru the 7th.

Greg is a BCU Coach 3, BCU 4 Star Assessor, BCU 5*, ACA Level 5 Instructor and Founder of Kayak Waveology.  Greg has been sea kayaking for 24 years and teaching it for over 10 years.  Renown for his rough water coaching skills, Greg has taught at international symposiums in Wales, Isle of Mann and Spain. Kayak Waveology has been voted Best Kayaking School In the North East by the readers of Sea Kayaker magazine.

If your looking to take your skills to the next level, with expert guidance, you need to check out Autumn Gales 2013. Here’s a link to a slideshow from Autumn Gales 2012.

 

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Jul
29

Manhattan Circumnavigation 2013

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On the Hudson

On the Hudson

On July 27, Renee and I (Lynne) completed “Jerry & Steve’s Annual Manhattan Circumnavigation” (30 miles) with 68 kayakers. It took about 10 1/4 hours to complete, including breaks. From the launch, 7:15 AM, (Tubby Hook, Upper west side of Manhattan in the Inwood section) we paddled south on the Hudson on a strong ebb current. Once we got to the southern end of Manhattan, we had our first stop at Pier 40. Then, coordinating with ferry schedules, crossed the Battery and headed toward Brooklyn. Paddled north on the East River–assisted by a strong flood current. Arrived at Hallet’s Cove Beach/Socrates Sculpture Park in Astoria, Queens, to have lunch and wait for slack tide before the ebb at Hell Gate. We crossed the East River at the northern tip of Roosevelt Island, then headed north on the west side of Mill Rock and paddled up the Harlem River as it ebbed north into the Hudson. Stopped for a final break at Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse/Swindler’s Cove. Continued north on the Harlem River through Spuyten Duyvil, which is at the northern end of Manhattan, and then back around to our put-in at Tubby Hook at 5:30 PM.

Staten Island Ferry

Staten Island Ferry

Rough water under the George Washington Bridge

Rough water under the George Washington Bridge

We made it!

We made it!

It was an amazing trip and plan on doing it again next summer.

Jul
10

NACK Summer Newsletter

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The NACK Summer Newsletter is now available.

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Apr
19

NACK Newsletter Spring 2013

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The NACK Spring Newsletter is now online including the Presidents Message, Spring Schedule, Wind & Waves, Build a Greenland Kayak, The Heel Hook Self Rescue Technique and more.

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This weekend, the largest canoe, kayak and standup paddling show on the East Coast is taking place in Somerset, NJ. The show features manufacturers of kayaks, canoes, accessories, sportswear, paddling clubs professional instruction and expeditions, as well as lectures and video and slide shows of paddling trips, expeditions and paddling techniques. Paddlesport hosts over 100 exhibitors, including the top names in canoes, kayaks and SUPs, such as Hobie, Ocean Kayak, Epic Kayaks, Perception, Wilderness Systems, Wave Sport, Mad River Canoe, Old Town, Surftech and much more! North Atlantic Canoe & Kayak and the American Canoe Association will both be at the Paddlesport Show all weekend so be sure to stop by and visit. You can talk with NACK members to get first hand information on our club and programs, and see Sarah Kadis, ACA Safety, Education and Instruction Coordinator, to grab some ACA materials or to hear about what’s new with the ACA!

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