Product Spotlight: Uncharted Watercraft Outbound GT

The compact 11-foot-long hardshell sit-on-top fishing kayak features a three-piece frame that packs up like a clamshell for easy storage and transport.

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VACANCY – AUSTRALIAN CANOEING MARATHON RACING TECHNICAL COMMITTEE

The Australian Canoeing Marathon Racing Technical Committee (ACMRTC) is seeking a volunteer to join the committee in the position of Publicity and Promotion.

Key responsibilities :

  • Familiar with social media platforms to assist with the publicity of canoe marathon within Australia
  • Write promotional articles for AC web page on canoe marathon activities in Australia
  • Assist with communication to State Association representatives
  • Work with other ACMRTC members promoting canoe marathon strategies
  • Attend regular meetings either via teleconference or face to face

Persons interested should provide a brief statement outlining their attributes to the above.

All expressions of interest or inquiries can be forwarded via email to Jerry Dunn, Chair ACMRTC, at marathon@canoe.org.au

How to ‘Live Like Maria’ Noakes – The Southeast paddling community gathers to ‘Live Like Maria,’ celebrating memorable moments in the life of the inspiring longtime NOC kayak instructor

Compiled by Laura Farrell Just over a month ago, nearly 200 paddlers paid tribute with a memorial paddle together on the Nantahala River. That afternoon, over 700 members of the paddling community, families and friends gathered at the Nantahala Outdoor Center for a formal memorial with additional hundreds streaming the broadcast (below) from around the

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Haunted by the High Water of Cataract Canyon – Regular Paddler, Remarkable Waters

At the state park in Green River, Utah, two friends and I unloaded equipment with excitement and trepidation. We exchanged greetings with a group of rafters and kayakers preparing to launch their four-day flotilla through Labyrinth Canyon to Mineral Bottom. “How far are you going?” asked a friendly woman, looking up from sorting straps. “All

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Crowdfunding | Today’s Trend for Financing Tomorrow’s Boats – More kayaking manufacturers embrace Kickstarter and other crowdfunding campaign platforms to finance new products

Several kayak brands including Oru, Jackson, Pakayak and others have turned to crowdfunding to raise money for the production of new kayak models.

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