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West Kirby to Hilbre 03/04/2022 by Catriona Hare

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We all arrived promptly and wondered why we were getting ready to go on the water in chilly rain with a bit more wind than expected, some complaints were made to the organiser. After a quick briefing and being split into 2 manageable-sized groups (sort of). There were far too many people called Ian or Martin for me to remember which group I was in. However, by now the wind… Read More »West Kirby to Hilbre 03/04/2022 by Catriona Hare

For Sale:  Wavesport Fuse 56 in Black ice colour for £450.00

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For Sale:  Wavesport Fuse 56 in Black ice colour for £450.00  Now Sold For sale, Wavesport Fuse 56 in Black ice colour, Blackout outfitting. Excellent condition with no deep scratches or welds etc. Great river play boat that is currently unavailable due to supply chain issues. Fuse 56 Length: 198cm Width: 64cm Deck Height: 33 cm Cockpit: 85cm x 48cm Volume: 212 L Manufacturers Weight Capacity: 63-95 kg In the… Read More »For Sale:  Wavesport Fuse 56 in Black ice colour for £450.00

Junior Club Trip to Chester Weir 3rd April 2022

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Junior Club Trip to Chester Weir 3rd April 2022 We met at the compound to prepare for the first Junior Club trip away from the docks since before March 2020. There was a sense of anticipation in the air as this was the first time out on a river for nearly all the paddling Juniors and their parents. After a crash course in securing boats to cars, we all drove… Read More »Junior Club Trip to Chester Weir 3rd April 2022

LIVERPOOL CANOE CLUB OPEN DAY

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LIVERPOOL CANOE CLUB OPEN DAY Sunday 24th April 2022 from 10:00 to 13:00 At Our Club Compound at Coburg Dock L3 4EB The Event is Open to All, Members and Non-members, Young and Old. We have a large range of boats and equipment and our friendly members will be on hand to offer advice or answer any questions you may have. For Non-Members, Free come and try it and Junior… Read More »LIVERPOOL CANOE CLUB OPEN DAY

Three paddle to Llanwrst

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Three go to Llanwrst. After watching the forecast (my new hobby) for a number of days and weighing up multiple options that ranged from Walney Island, through to the Mersey then out towards Treaddur Bay. It was almost a write off due to a spring tide and a tricky F4 northerly easterly wind. Till Andy suggested the Conwy Estuary, Kevin also up for a challenge in tow, we set off… Read More »Three paddle to Llanwrst

River Dee by John Allerton and Chris Marsden

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River Dee by John Allerton and Chris Marsden Great Day on the River Dee, thanks Chris for organising. See below Serpents tail and well done to those first timers who nailed it. Click for Facebook post…..

Bridgewater Canal by Diane Rogan

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Bridgewater Canal by Diane Rogan Diane Rogan’s write up in poetry about our great SUP trip on The Bridgewater Canal lead by Adya Misra. We all signed up to seize the day and go on an adventure. Then soon we learned there’d be just 3, and an old aged pensioner (John ). But we would not let this cohorts low numbers put us down. We’d go ahead and seize the… Read More »Bridgewater Canal by Diane Rogan

Sea Kayak paddle – Porth Dafarch – Both Wen and return. Sunday 27th by Neil Mack

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Sea Kayak paddle – Porth Dafarch – Both Wen and return. Sunday 27th by Neil Mack A stunning day with a relaxed, mostly behaved group .. We left Porth Dafarch and headed direct to Borth Wen across Trearddur Bay on a polished glass sea, hardly a zephyr of a breeze to be felt. Lunch at BW and the out to the beacon to find the swell, Flow and eddy lines… Read More »Sea Kayak paddle – Porth Dafarch – Both Wen and return. Sunday 27th by Neil Mack