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  • Sebonac Inlet “Seal Hunt” Saturday 2/19/2011

    Well, not a real ‘Seal Hunt’ but NACK members intend to venture out for some seal watching. Seals have become a fairly reliable winter wildlife presence. They can often be found along the shoreline or on rocks sunning themselves. Being protected wildlife, you need to keep an appropriate distance. Sometimes they are a bit nervous […]

  • NACK Winter 2011 Newsletter

    The latest edition of the North Atlantic Canoe and Kayak newsletter is now available on line.  As usual Hal has done a great job but this one may be just the best yet.  It’s got info on the Awards Dinner and the Winter Pool Kayak Sessions.  There is also some timely information on cold water […]

  • Getting the most from Kayak Pool Sessions

    Getting the most out of pool sessions. Pool time is expensive, so you will want to make as much as possible of the opportunity.  Here’s my list of 10.  I’m sure there’s more.  Your input and comments are welcome. 1 Arrive early. You will need time to unload and move boats, check in, get changed  […]

  • Club Day at Eastern Mountain Sports Oct 1 and 2, 2010

    On October 1 and 2 your NACK membership entitles you to to the very best customer discount at any Eastern Mountain Sports store. All you have to do is show your ACA membership card at the register. EMS will also donate 1% of all sales to the Conservation Alliance. With cooler weather approaching now is […]

  • NACK Summer Newsletter and New Contact Lists

    The Summer Newsletter has been added to the Library section and revised contact lists have been added to the Members Only Area. The lists are available in convenient .pdf format and also as a spreadsheet. Hal again has done a great job on the newsletter and Colin has a very interesting article on how he […]

  • Open Paddle and Club Meeting at Captain Kayak Shop 7/24/2010

    OPEN PADDLE July 24th at 10:30 AM at Captain Kayak 23 River Road Sayville, NY 11782 Everyone Is Invited to Attend We are looking for anyone who is interested in paddling to join us. You must bring you own boat, paddle, some drinking water, & PFD (Personal Flotation Device, also known as a “Lifejacket”) and […]

  • Summer Newsletter

    The deadline for the Summer Edition of the newsletter is fast approaching. Hal could use some fresh photos and articles. Send your contributions to [email protected] so they can be included in the next edition. Let’s hear what you have been doing or plan to do over the summer.

  • Is your Hydration Bladder Empty

    Hydration packs are great, and you will drink more water. But be careful you are not empty! Always carry a separate container of water. You cannot see how much water is left in the bladder and they can leak/break.