I like the simple basic tips for kayak ‘piloting‘ provided on the tsunamirangers.com. Some of the simple concepts regarding judging your position and speed. The tool of ranging is something i sometimes fail to detail to students, but it really is important. It comes back to that process that makes a really good navigator, always taking note of where you are and the terrain around you. So many times have i had students begin a new leg bushwalking or paddling and they don’t really know where they are and are unable to identify significant features in real life on their maps. Looking forward to the Tsunami Rangers part 2 on kayak navigation.
I am missing my kayak over here, the SUP is filling the void somewhat but it is not the same. These kayak articles are getting me through.