News

We are currently constructing a new roof on the factory. This will enable us to complete further expansion and development plans.

29th of august to the 5th of September

We will be hosting a symposium in Iceland this year in Stykkishólmur, a beautiful location on the west coast of Iceland. There we have something for everyone, protected areas for beginners and more exciting things for those who want more action such as tidal currents, surf, and good swells.

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Fully inclusive expeditions

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Why not treat someone you love for Santes Dwynwen's Day, or Valentines this year?

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Anglesey Symposium Bookings for May 2019 are now open.

You can now book direct on our Symposium website

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Sea Kayak Leader Training

 

Check out this gret blog by Martin Rickard

Martin's Blog

I'm writing you because I'm really proud of Rene Valner.

Rene is Advanced Sea Leader and coach, founder of Sea Kayaking Estonia and SKUK dealer since 2009.

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If you have ever thought about what it might be like to cross the North Sea, Eddie Hinz has put together this great short video showing us his trip, this summer from Nieuwpoort Belgium to Ramsgate UK.

Eddie paddled a SKUK Latitude. You can follow his 25 hour crossing.

Well done Eddie, that’s a lot of hours in a kayak!

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Ashley is on her way to Bergen with my new 3 piece Pilgrim Expedition and Celtic Paddles.

She is looking forward to paddling for two months along the coast of Norway. See where the weather will takes her.

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Congratulations to our most recent team member & sponsored expedition paddler Tom Thorpe. Tom has his received his brand new sponsored SKUK / NDK Quantum kayak from his local dealer Rick Cooper who owns British Sea Kayaks. Good Luck Tom & we look forwards to hearing about your upcoming adventures & expedition.

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I recently purchased a new member of the SKUK kayak family, the Pulse.

I opted to have a skeg instead of a rudder. This decision was based on the comments from various experienced coaches and kayakkers, who have tested it both withe skeg and rudder.

I wasn't able to test it myself prior the purchase, so I took a leap of faith.

Honestly, I haven't regretted my purchase at all.

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