Welsh Sea Kayaking

Welsh Sea Kayaking
From the Dee Estuary to the Bristol Channel, the Welsh coastline in all its varied guises provides a fantastic playground for the sea kayaker. The fifty journeys selected cover all of the interesting parts of the coast and provide easy sheltered paddles, testing offshore trips for the adventurous and everything in between.

Illustrated with superb colour photographs and useful maps throughout, this book is a practical guide to help you select and plan trips. It will provide inspiration for future voyages and a souvenir of journeys undertaken.

As well as providing essential information on where to start and finish, distances, times and tidal information, the book does much to stimulate and inform our interest in the environment we are passing through. It is full of facts and anecdotes about local history, geology, scenery, seabirds and sea mammals.

A fascinating read and an inspirational book.

Welsh Sea Kayaking - Short Films

The Stacks

A short film about paddling around 'The Stacks'. Paddling from Porth Dafarch to Soldiers Point around South and North Stack on the weekend of the Anglesey Sea Symposium 2012.

Carmel Head


Paddling from Cemlyn Bay around Carmel Head and on to Church Bay on the north west coast of Anglesey.

Saints and Islands of Southwest Anglesey

Paddling along the south west shores of Anglesey taking in the rich history and geology.