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Shaan Gresser! : )
It was a great privilege to share yesterday with Sydney’s Shaan Gresser. Shaan has a strong, authentic connection to nature. Our surroundings were the perfect place to hear the story of her recent paddling adventure. Stanley, Tasmania to Wilsons Promontory, Victoria, 220 kilometres and 32 continuous hours in the kayak.
Shaan will be the guest speaker at the VSKC’s AGM Paddle weekend at Barwon Heads, Victoria in November.

Shaan Gresser! : )
It was a great privilege to share yesterday with Sydney’s Shaan Gresser. Shaan has a strong, authentic connection to nature. Our surroundings were the perfect place to hear the story of her recent paddling adventure. Stanley, Tasmania to Wilson's Promontory, Victoria, 220 kilometres and 32 continuous hours in the kayak.
Shaan will be the guest speaker at the VSKC’s AGM Paddle weekend at Barwon Heads, Victoria in November.
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What an achievement. Inspiring!

5 days ago   ·  1
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Chris Dutch van Luenen...

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Deep polar winter low!
The lads trained four days out of four and right through the deep polar winter low on the first days to triumph at the frothing ; ) Hounds Tooth for the grand finale.
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Deep polar winter low!
The lads trained four days out of four and right through the deep polar winter low on the first days to triumph at the frothing ; ) Hounds Tooth for the grand finale.
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Anything in particular that the lads are training for?

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...magnificent, salty white water river.

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Paul and Damien are river guides/instructors who are embracing the sea environment. They discovered their first sea cave yesterday and a...

Paul and Damien are river guides/instructors who are embracing the sea environment. They discovered their first sea cave yesterday and a... ... See MoreSee Less

Aqua speelunking... pretty hard to beat it!

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We found a wonderful route for day one of our two day exped today despite the strong wind warning. The beauty of Bruny Island. A beautiful island just off a beautiful Island.

We found a wonderful route for day one of our two day exped today despite the strong wind warning. The beauty of Bruny Island. A beautiful island just off a beautiful Island. ... See MoreSee Less

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“Gents, we have a plan coming together to conduct some instructor development work in Tasmania. We need to build up our sea kayaking capability. Eddie has kindly offered to turn a couple of river rats into sea dogs. Eddie runs some kayaking out of Bruny Island on some very serious Southern Ocean coastline.”

“Gents, we have a plan coming together to conduct some instructor development work in Tasmania. We need to build up our sea kayaking capability. Eddie has kindly offered to turn a couple of river rats into sea dogs. Eddie runs some kayaking out of Bruny Island on some very serious Southern Ocean coastline.” ... See MoreSee Less

Sea kayaking is amazing, fun and challenging at times. Ruby and I agree that Eddie is an awesome human being to assist you on your journey 😉

1 week ago   ·  1
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😊🌈☀️

1 week ago
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Is kayaking only for men?

1 week ago

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Game on.
@ow_e_brawr @paulie_pee

Game on.
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Pip Layton is a professional Sea Instructor and Guide based in my local Tasmanian community. She is working for Blue Dog Kayaking in Canada right now. Pip has been super impressed with the Romany Classic she uses at work so was delighted to know she could buy two from Sea Kayaking Bruny Island.
Photograph shows Pip’s two hand made Welsh beauties atop Soz at home just before making delivery. 
Congratulations Pip and welcome to the NDK family! : )

Pip Layton is a professional Sea Instructor and Guide based in my local Tasmanian community. She is working for Blue Dog Kayaking in Canada right now. Pip has been super impressed with the Romany Classic she uses at work so was delighted to know she could buy two from Sea Kayaking Bruny Island.
Photograph shows Pip’s two hand made Welsh beauties atop Soz at home just before making delivery.
Congratulations Pip and welcome to the NDK family! : )
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ADVENTURE CURATEDWhat a tidy looking duo 👌

4 weeks ago   ·  1
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Simply stunning

4 weeks ago   ·  1
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There is only one thing better than owning a Romany, and that is owning 2😁

3 weeks ago   ·  1

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