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Friday, March 08, 2002


Traditional Sea Kayaking Course, including Greenland Style Techniques to be taught by Mark and Becky Molina, canoe and kayak instructors for over 20 years.
Time: March 30, 2002 (Saturday) from 8 AM to 3 PM
Tentative location: Fairhope Yacht Club.
Cost: $75.00 for ACA (American Canoe Association) members, $80.00 for non-ACA members.
Contact: Mark and Becky Molina at 561-595-9793, or 888-Canoe90, or beckmark@aol.com (send checks directly to Mark and Becky Molina at 348 East Palms Avenue, Fort Pierce, FL 34982).

Maximum of 10 students.

What is Traditional Sea Kayaking?
An elegant and efficient form of the sport and art of kayaking
Developed over 5000 years by Arctic hunters, the inventors of the kayak.

What are the advantages of learning Traditional Techniques?
Increase your effectiveness and minimize your efforts on the water.
Reduce your risk of injury and muscle fatigue.
Develop grace, balance, and confidence that can enhance your performance in other paddlesport.

What exactly can I learn?
Traditional strokes, including efficient forward traveling strokes.
Extended paddle positions for turning and bracing.
Techniques for handling your boat smoothly in rough waves and wind.
A variety of Eskimo rolls for any condition or ability.

Who can learn Traditional Kayaking?
Any paddler, novice through expert, who wants to increase his or her efficiency and enjoyment.

What equipment do I need?
Any sea kayak. Other traditional gear, such as narrow-bladed paddles, will be provided.