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  • Tom’s First Breakout

    Tom’s First Breakout

    On a gorgeous 80 degree November day, we took Tom out to get a taste of the ocean. Waves were a bit dumpy and steep, and the sea certainly had a mean side to it, even with waves mostly 2-4 feet. It was exhausting and a bit much for learning, but great for getting a […]

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  • NACK Winter 2021 Newsletter

    The new year brings us a new NACK Winter Newsletter with a new editor. Hal has retired from the position of Newsletter Editor after many years of service. He did a terrific job and his newsletters were a tremendous contribution to the success NACK has enjoyed. We are all grateful for the time and effort […]

  • Rolling Into the New Year

    Might as well start the New Year right. A few months ago a some hearty North Atlantic Canoe & Kayak members came up with the idea of starting the New Year right. They decided to get together on New Years Eve, on the water, and roll over to end the old year and come back […]

  • Full length documentary of a group circumnavigating Lake Superior in 2019

    This film is currently (and only temporarily) available for streaming on YouTube, so get to it! 🙂

  • Fantastic full length documentary to pass some time with!

    Amazingly this film just gets better as it goes. Watch it on mobile, computer, or cast it to your big screen TV! In 1938, two young newlyweds and their good friend set off from Paris on a bold adventure: to be the first to take kayaks down America’s famous whitewater river, the mighty Colorado. Setting […]

  • A day at the beach (Democrat Point)

    November came in all warm and sunny, and Shannon, Alan and myself took advantage of it by off-roading it onto Democrat Point (Robert Moses) for some play in the splashy stuff. The air was 36F when we woke up, but sunny and in the 50s when we were out and we were toasty warm and […]

  • Inspiration for a local paddling challenge perhaps?

    Click the photo or this link to read a great writeup of an impressive day touring challenge in the San Fancisco bay. If it gets you energized, think about what we might come up with locally in the NYC/LongIsland area! It need not be quite as gruelling as this 61 mile monster, but surely we can […]