In a sea kayak you are seated inside a closed cockpit, and thus you need IPP2 certification or similar for it to be safe. A sit-on-top kayak can be rented without any previous kayaking experience, as long as you qualify for our general requirements (see above).
We have wetsuits and jackets available at no extra charge. On colder days it is recommended to bring a warm hat and gloves. During the summer we recommend that you bring extra swim/sports wear to change into for when you are on the water. Expect whatever you are wearing to easily get wet.
We have wetsuits and jackets available at no extra charge. On colder days it is recommended to bring a warm hat and gloves, as well as some ski/wool underwear for under the wetsuit. On our IPP2 course rescue drills are an essential element, and you will need to get in and out of the water repeatedly, so it can be a good idea to bring several sets of warm underwear on the colder days. On warmer and sunny days bring an extra t-shirt which you can wear while kayaking which can protect your shoulders from the sun. On our IPP1 course you will be going in the water at the very end of the course. Expect whatever you are wearing in the kayak to end up wet, but on warmer days swim/sports clothes can be a good alternative to a wetsuit. In addition to this, bring towel, water flask and hat/sunglasses/hat. It is possible to buy lunch at Kayak Bar.
It is on you own responsibility to bring children on the water, but our double sit-on-top kayaks can take up to two adults and one to two young children, depending on size. We believe kayaking to be an excellent family experience!
You can book yourself a spot on our IPP2 course, at the completion of which you can get certified, as long as you are able to complete the required drills and exercises during the course. If you are unsure whether sea kayaking is for you, you can join our IPP1 course, where you will be introduced to the basic techniques.