Sea Candy Sea Kayaking Morning! : ) The latest batch of Snap Dragon Spray Decks have landed! Sea Candy stock specs are Ocean Tour EXP with medium deck size, SOS strap, map loops and silicone front wear patch. This deck size fits most sea kayaks. Medium, Large and Extra Large waist tubes are in stock. $220. $16 postage. What people are saying... “they fit on so quickly and easily” “so comfortable” “great quality” “dry cockpit” ... See MoreSee Less
There have been many more inquiries about the super high quality Snap Dragon Designs decks. Please be in touch soon if you would like to make a custom order.
We did our best all the way through, keeping each other safe, happy, engaged, fed and watered, learning, caring and laughing...this, friendships, sharing our passion for sea kayaking and the sea environment is what our club's about. I hope you enjoy Marjon, Sue and my pics from a brilliant weekend with the QSKC at Noosa. ... See MoreSee Less
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Sandy Robson, Australian Adventurer of the year! What an honor to hear her adventures with more than 100 others at Sandgate last night! One of my besties Stefan Armbruster (pictured with Sandy, kayak and me)from SBS news who filed several stories of her progress finally got to meet her in person. Sandy also got to meet some of the local brat pack for post presentation tall stories and many laughs! What a great night, what an inspirational human being! Well done John Blackley and the Sandgate Canoe Club! ... See MoreSee Less
Day three...It's about the people, a trip like this, also other things but mostly about the people. South Passage waves, whales, dolphins and wilderness made way for coffee and lemonade icy poles at Amity Point. There was a swimmer's net enclosure there to protect the sharks from the humans. The tide and wind were kindly conspiring in our favour. Progress was swift. I still haven't figured out what compass recesses are for but we finally found a use for rubber drip rings. The weather was on it's way so lunch at Peel Island was leisurely but brief. Surfing runs into Raby Bay. There were conflicting odometer reports from the various technology but they all agreed we paddled eighty something kilometres in those past three glorious days. It's a great sign when everybody who has spent lots of time in close quarters organises more time together celebrating our adventurous achievements with seafood and drinks. What a great trip, what a magnificent team! : ) ... See MoreSee Less
Day two...started with early morning dives on the wrecks among an abundance of marine life. It's healthy for us to swim, paddle, walk, run, discover, laugh and socialise. The clear water made the journey to the sand hills seem like flight. A hover kayak, now that does sound cool. Dolphins, turtles and birdlife. Yesterday Heather saw a dugong swim under her kayak. The team decided the midday heat meant a climb of the sand hills was to be saved for cooler times. Near Kooringal a burley looking man on the beach asked if I could transport his wife to their boat on my kayak. He didn't quiz me about my skills before entrusting me with her safety. I looked at the group and their ice cold beers and said "I'll do it for a beer", we agreed on the price then continued to their boat "Moose Knuckle". On the paddle over I asked what moose knuckle meant and she said it was the male version of camel toe. He handed the freshly cracked ice cold beer over on the fly, I savoured it's contents then offered some to Jaffa who handed back the near empty bottle with an apology saying it went down a bit too nicely. The south passage area and it's wildlife is a jewel in the Moreton Bay crown. A surf landing had us ashore for Island time and a laughter filled dining room. : ) ... See MoreSee Less
Sea Candy Sea Kayaking added 19 new photos — with Neil Ker.
Day one. The three of us decided the expedition we've chatted about would just be chatter if we didn't make it happen. Word got out, weather shaped up, mates Hooksie and Dave came through with a shuttle. Cars were left at Raby Bay, paddlers and craft were shuttled to Woorim. Our mission was to paddle -adventure eighty something kilometres back to the cars via Moreton and Peel Islands over three days. Disaster struck? Jaime's light weight double kayak folded during the carry to the beach! So much preparation and excitement of the coming adventure came to a grinding halt for Jaime and Heather...alas Hooksie swooped in to save the day with a couple of craft he was taking up to his training session. We soon decided the incident was a blessing as our minds wandered to what may have been if it happened on the crossing or anywhere else beyond that beach. The crossing to Moreton Island is a very technical one with considerations like shoals, current, shipping, distance and wind. The tide pushed us south whilst the 15-20 knots of wind pushed us east creating challenging/interesting/fun conditions, dependant on your skill set, experience and craft. We had a capsize, sea sickness and a fair amount of sea water entering kayaks where they shouldn't have. but mostly we all had fun with some epic surfing rides. We saw whales, lunched and body surfed near Cowan. It was then off to Moreton's big smoke, Tangalooma to explore the wonder above and below the wrecks, the marine life here is very impressive. Maybe a shower, sundowner nibbles and drinks and a juicy camp cooked steak and bottle of red. : ) ... See MoreSee Less
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Some new gear is available! Please let me know if you’d like me to include your Sea Candy in this order. I’m loving the new graduated colours from Werner and I’m also ordering some brilliant waterproof camera duffles from Water Shed Gear and the usual awesomeness from Kokatat, Snap dragon designs and Sweet! ... See MoreSee Less