How to: Pack your Sea Kayak

Published on November 30th, 2015 | by Paddleworld

When you go out either for long trip, or in dodgy conditions where it is likely to rain, you need to carry a lot of stuff. How do you fit it all? Problem is Sea Kayaks have [&hellip... Read More

Sea kayaking

Sea kayak in Antarctica with Justine Curgenven

Published on November 29th, 2015 | by Paddleworld

Sea kayak in Antarctica with Justine Curgenven and the Spirit of Sydney. You’ll sail from Ushuaia to the Antarctic Peninsula across the Drake Passage then spend approximately 2 weeks kayaking alongside icebergs, penguins & glaciers in [&hellip... Read More


Pelican Learns to Fish and kayak

Published on November 25th, 2015 | by Paddleworld

What a great story…  Jeffrey Condon based in Tanzania saved a Pelican and they became mates. Jeff’s new mission was to teach this pelican how fish in order to survive;  and to do so he tried many techniques [&hellip... Read More


Texas Water Safari, World’s Toughest Canoe Race?

Published on October 15th, 2015 | by Paddleworld

What makes The Texas Water Safari the world’s toughest canoe race? 260 miles of non-stop paddling? Triple-digit heat? Alligators? Snakes? Portaging mile-long logjams? A wild and unpredictable bay? Hallucinations from sleep deprivation? Hell, that’s just naming [&hellip... Read More

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Published on October 8th, 2015 | by Paddleworld

Sailfish, kingfish and big sharks all make an appearance in this kayak fishing episode from a trip to south Florida. In Part 2 of Robert Field’s Extreme Offshore Kayak Fishing miniseries, Robert is on his second [&hellip... Read More


River Rescue Team Save Paddlers Pinned on a Bridge

Published on September 30th, 2015 | by Paddleworld

An unfortunate pin at Leixlip Bridge and a great example of the safety and rescue provided by the 15 rescue teams and 150 volunteer rescuers who support the Liffey Descent participants each year. This is just [&hellip... Read More

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