As a reasonably experienced sea kayaker you will probably have a good idea of what you want to look at on this course, and we try to keep it flexible enough to accommodate that. Depending on the conditions that we have during the course we will look at dealing with strong winds, breaking waves and tide races; from the perspective of boat handling, safety and leadership. We will work on skills to help you get towards the BCU 4 and 5 Star. A reliable roll is helpful but not vital.
Anglesey is a very special place to sea kayak and attracts people from far and wide. Whether you're an individual or a group, from the UK or abroad, you may want to put together a course of your own with a bespoke itinerary. As well as providing the sea kayaking equipment and coaching we can also organise the transport, accommodation and catering for you. Please feel free to contact us and discuss your course.
Successful performance at this level indicates that a candidate can consider themselves as an able improving sea paddler rather than a beginner. During assessment the candidate would be able to demonstrate personal competence paddling in wind conditions of no more than Beaufort Force 3 or Sea State 3 as part of a led group.