SAFE ENJOYABLE LEARNING AFLOAT AND ASHORE SINCE 1974

Kayaking at East Ferry, Cobh

  • Course ID: A121
  • Discipline: Kayaking
  • Level: Beginner

Arrive ready to go afloat. You will start with an introduction to the area by your Instructor who will accompany you all the way to keep you safe and so that you will get the most out of paddling in our area.  We will show you some amazing nuggets of beauty along the shores or Great island and East Ferry. 

Accreditation -
Boat SailCork fleet of sit on top double kayaks
Length of Course 2 hours
Objective Have fun afloat, exploring the nooks and crannies of the Eastern part of Cork Harbour.
Location SailCork's base at beautiful East Ferry near Cobh, in Cork Harbour with sheltered safe waters ideal for kayaking.
Equipment Included Kayaks. Buoyancy aid. Toilets and changing room available on site. No showers.
What to bring 1. Arrive wearing clothes to go afloat which WILL get wet. 2. A light rain jacket to prevent wind chill. 3. A towel and change of clothes.
Meals Bring an energy snack and bottle of water.
Syllabus

Briefing on weather, tides, location, the route, safety afloat. Explore the eastern part of Cork Harbour and the Owenacurra River. Destinations can be Marlogue Wood, Belgrove Wood, East Ferry (Midleton), Ballinacurra (near Midleton), Aghada, Saleen, Rostellan, Rathcoursey, Ballintubrid (near Carrigtwohill), Brick Island, Brown Island, Great Island.

Pre Course Basic ability to swim or confident in the water
Pre Course Advice Check out eoceanics.com to become familiar with East Ferry, Cobh
Tags Adventure|Kayak|Adult|Cork Harbour
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