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Kelly and Laura are leading this 2-day clinic is designed for paddlers looking to take their basic sea kayaking skills to the next level. On day 1, we will review fundamental strokes and safety in Horseshoe Cove before heading out to the Yellow Bluff tide race. Once at the tide race, you will have the opportunity to learn and practice fundamental paddling techniques used in current, including peel outs, eddy catching, and ferry gliding. For those who are interested, playing in the rough water and waves of the tide race, will be supported and encouraged! The evening will be spent in the quaint Marin Headlands Hostel where your Cali Collective hosts will provide dinner.
On day 2, we will leave the protected waters of Horseshoe Cove and paddle to Angel Island. We will discuss how to find and interpret current flow information for San Francisco Bay and apply this knowledge on our journey. After spending the day exploring Angel Island, we will return to the mainland for our weekend wrap-up.
Who: This 2-day excursion is designed for paddlers with some formal training (i.e. a full-day introduction to sea kayaking class) and a working knowledge of sea kayak rescue techniques.
Where: This class will be based out of Horseshoe Cove located within Fort Baker along the Marin County waterfront.
When: We will meet at 8:00 AM on Saturday, February 11 and we will wrap up at 4:00 PM on Sunday, February 12.
Cost: $279.00 (Minimum Enrollment: 2; Maximum Enrollment: 10 – with two instructors)
Cost includes 2 full days of sea kayak instruction, housing in the Marin Headlands Hostel on Saturday night as well as dinner on Saturday night and breakfast on Sunday morning.
Please note: Cost does not include kayak and gear rental.