Keys to Avoiding Deep Trouble

(in a sea kayak)

Read about a ‘near-miss’ real-life story on how decisions can impact effective kayaking.

 

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THE STORY

Two instructors were challenged to recover a compromised paddler and tow the distance around the point. The pod management fell apart and safe landings were non-existent. Because the point boats advanced, communication and support resources were severed. Both groups felt that their hands were full and required immediate focus to get all paddlers to a safe landing.

“It is better to be on land wishing that you were at sea rather than at sea wishing that you were on land.”

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