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The Olek Doba Kayak Mission Nears Completion

Under threatening twilight skies, sea kayaker Aleksander Doba arrived in Port Canaveral, Fla., yesterday at 7:20 p.m., after a 5,400-mile crossing of the Atlantic Ocean that began Oct. 5, 2013 in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Sea Kayaking Tangaroa

11.18.2005

Additional Photos from the Polynesian island of Tangaroa – a Sea Kayaking article.

Circumnavigation by Sea Kayak of Tangaroa

11.18.2005

Story & Photographs by Michael Powers first appeared in Kayak Touring 2005 “Wasa Nui. WASA NUI,” Michael Venziano recited, smiling broadly at the cryptic words beneath a big breaking wave on a sign hanging from a small shop. “How’s that for a tribal name for our expedition?” We were wandering along the waterfront of Uturoa, […]

Advanced Paddling Technique

11.18.2005

by Marty Grabijas first appeared in Kayak Touring 2005 A forward stroke is one of paddling’s “gifts.” Your first lesson in how to execute a forward stroke probably sounded something like, “Plant at your feet and pull on the paddle.” While that explanation got you moving forward, it would do little to help you make […]

High End Kayak Paddle Reviews

11.18.2005

Here are the best of the best paddles that made it to our rigorous kayak paddle reviews list. They all offer something for everyone wanting to hit the water

Costa Rica World Kayak Surf Championships 2005

11.17.2005

Photographs from this years World Kayak Surf Championships held in Costa Rica in November.

Photos by Vince Shay

Green Narrows Race

11.11.2005

Tommy Hilleke won his fifth Green Narrows Race with a time of 4 minutes and 34 seconds, a new record for the race through Class IV and V whitewater.

December Issue Table of Contents

11.10.2005

This latest issue of Canoe & Kayak is on sale now. It’s our 2006 Buyers Guide full of listings of all the gear in the paddling world. Pick up a copy at your local newsstand or paddling shop, or subscribe today! ON THE COVER Any body of water is a great place to go paddle…especially […]

How to Pack Your Canoe

11.10.2005

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ACA Celebrates 125 Years

11.08.2005

What’s happened in those 125 years? Here are 12.5 highlights: 1. First Call—The National Canoe Congress: A general convention of canoeists will be held at Caldwell, Warren County, NY – head of Lake George – August 3d, 4th, 5th, and 6th, 1880, at which it is proposed to perfect the organization of a National Canoe […]

Have Canoe, Will Travel

11.03.2005

by Rolf Kraiker Story first appeared in December 2005 issue Read more about Rolf’s Adventures at his websitewww.blazingpaddles.ca The old man on his way to the trash bin was obviously employed by the fast-food joint where we’d stopped for a coffee break. As he passed the space where my wife and I had parked our […]

Devon Barker – Top Woman Surfer at the Costa Rica World Championships

11.03.2005

Devon Barker from McCall, Idaho, won the Women’s International Class Surf Championship at the Pura Vida World Surf Kayak Championships in Jaco, Costa Rica, in October. Barker shared her experience via e-mail, which covers several days of the competition: Dear Friends,I had a great comp in finals with two rides with steep green wave take […]

Lobster Fishing by Kayak

11.03.2005

A ghostly apparition slowly emerged from the wisps of fog shrouding the darkness. As it approached, the indistinct figure gradually assumed the shape of a spectral kayaker. The night’s silence was pierced by the roar of storm surf crashing somewhere in the unseen distance. Was this some malevolent spirit? No, the hearty laugh and friendly […]

Auction Supports Northern Forest Canoe Trail

11.02.2005

To raise critical funds and promote their organizational mission, the Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) is hosting a first-of-a-kind online auction from Nov. 1 – Dec. 9. Ideal for holiday shopping or picking up gear for next summer’s vacation, the NFCT auction will feature a unique collection of items including canoes, paddles, paddling accessories, lodging […]

Kayaking for Veterans Day

11.01.2005

The BST&T Biathlon, which will consist of a four-mile run on the Capital Crescent Trail and a 1-mile paddle on the Potomac River, is being organized by Team River Runner, and Disabled Sports USA, two non-profit organizations that promote health and healing for wounded American service members through recreation programs. “We view this event as […]

Greatness Restored – New Hampshire’s Great Bay

10.31.2005

by Craig Romano A Canoe & Kayak Web Exclusive New Hampshire’s seacoast is only 18 miles long, the smallest in the nation. However, Great Bay, the Granite State’s “inland sea,” is one of the largest estuaries in New England. Fed by seven rivers and containing almost 5,000 surface acres of water, Great Bay is rich […]

Dam Thoughtless

10.28.2005

By Mara Kahn This article first appeared in Canoe & Kayak, December 2005. Ever paddled below a giant inflatable rubber dam? Neither have most of the citizens of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, but local officials are floating a proposal to build one across the Susquehanna River, creating a deep-water playground for powerboaters and other recreationists. Sounds like […]

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