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    • CommentAuthorSimon
    • CommentTimeApr 16th 2009 edited
     
    If so, this is the place to tell sea kayakers about it. Register, start a discussion, and tell us how you can help people who're thinking about kayaking all or sections of the trail.
    Simon

    (While constructive criticism is welcome, abuse is not and will be removed.)
    • CommentAuthorkenny
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2009
     
    Welcome to the Sea Kayak Scotland entry to Simon's forum. We can offer guiding, performance coaching, and full outfitting (everything from stoves to carbon paddles) for the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail. Based on the bridge serviced Isle of Seil we are ideally situated to offer support for some of the more challenging variations of the trail such as the Dorus Mor, the Gulf of Coryvreckan, the Grey Dogs, Cuan Sound, the Sound of Luing. Gateways to the isles of Scarba, Fladda, Belnahua and the Garvellachs. Please check our website or contact us for more information www.seakayakscotland.com
    • CommentAuthorswagstaff
    • CommentTimeApr 29th 2009
     
    Sea Kayak Oban is a new ONESTOPSHOP for all things SEa Kayaking right in the heart of OBan 50 metres from the Slipway. Full OUTFITTING, RENTAL singles, doubles, plastic and composite. Shuttles, trolleys to enable you to take your sea kayak on the ferries. 5 mins walk from the train station. 2 mins walk from the SeaPlane pier.
    info@seakayakoban.com 08456 436 054 Talk to Cathy or Stuart
    We also have a Sea kayak school running trips and courses and have access to a fast boat to take you and your kayaks to an island of your choice.
    • CommentAuthorskkayak
    • CommentTimeMay 21st 2009
     
    “Sea Kayak Highlands”, based in Arisaig, offer sea kayaks for hire if you’re planning any trips on this indisputably beautiful leg of Simon’s journey. Maybe you just want a bimble along the coast, visit the seals amongst the skerries in Arisaig Bay, or a picnic with “Morag” on Loch Morar (Morag’s the monster – Nessie’s sister). More ambitious trips could be the Small Isles of Eigg, Muck, Rum and Canna, and it’s only a short hop across to Skye or over to Knoydart for lunch or a climb. Visit our website www.seakayakhighlands.co.uk, or tel. Mike on 07887 522 811. We also have self catering accommodation in Arisaig with stunning views across the sea to Eigg, Rum and Skye, www.achnaskiacroft.co.uk.
    • CommentAuthorRWilliams
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2010 edited
     
    We live at the finishing line for Simon's journey, The Summer Isles. The only inhabitated of the Islands, Tanera Mor, we welcome paddlers to camp on the Island, and have an ablutions block with washing facilites available, for the use of which we make a small charge. For those requiring a little more comfort after the long paddle we also have a number of self-catering holiday cottages available for hire, as well as a cafe and post office. We also have a small fleet of sea kayaks available for hire. We get quite a few kayakers visiting each summer and being keen paddlers oursleves are always keen to hear their tales. Have a look at out website for more details: www.summer-isles.com or give me, Richard, a call on 01854 622 252.
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    GO-WHERE is Scotland's adventure travel and transport service. We provide environmentally conscious transport and support solutions throughout Scotland for sea kayakers and anyone with a passion to explore Scotland outdoors. Find out more at www.go-where.co.uk, by emailing info@go-where.co.uk or calling Andy McKenna on 07713151773 .
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    Wilderness Scotland offers a range of sea kayaking expeditions and skills courses along parts of the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail, with trips offered for different levels of ability. We also offer customised sea kayaking trips for private groups. For details, see www.wildernessscotland.com/kayak or contact Stevie by email at info@wildernessscotland.com or by phone on 0131 625 6635.
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    Explore Highland, based out of the Highland Capital - Inverness offers a wide range of services for sea kayakers and canoeists looking to take on the fantastic west coast,the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail and the Great Glen Canoe Trail.

    If you are an experienced sea paddlers, we have a great fleet of P&H boats including Scorpio's, Scorpio LV's, Delphin and Easky's. With all our boat hires come Peak UK decks, buoyancy aids, cags and a quality lendal kinetic sea paddle with splits. Other equipment and supplies are available on request including boat shuttles, camping and cooking equipment.

    For those who are looking for a guided trip (which can include coaching) for that personal touch, we are more than happy to plan and guide on one or more sections of the fantastic trail.

    More information is available at www.explorehighland.com or you can call Donald for further information on 0780 807 1810.
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    Great Glen Canoe Transport - We can accommodate up to six paddlers in air-conditioned comfort. There is plenty of room to stretch out those aching limbs.

    We can transport up to 4 canoes or 6 sea kayaks in our covered trailer. We will transport you and your gear to and from either end of the Great Glen Canoe Trail or the River Spey. Our insurance covers the boats and all your equipment. We take great pride in transporting all of our passengers and their gear safely and without damage. Both vehicle and driver are licensed by Highland Council for Private Hire.

    Find out more at www.GreatGlenCanoeTransport.co.uk or call 01463 419160
    • CommentAuthorunexplored
    • CommentTimeMay 4th 2012 edited
     
    At Unexplored Scotland we offer great guided sea kayaking trips at most places of the west coast of Scotland. We have a fleet of high quality fibreglass kayakas, which is unique in Scotland.

    You can contact us by phone on 01463 216123 or visit our site www.unexploredscotland.com
    • CommentAuthorskkayak
    • CommentTimeFeb 4th 2013
     
    Arisaig Sea Kayak Centre is based in Arisaig, one of the most beautiful areas along the "Scottish Sea Kayak Trail". The Centre can supply you with boats and kit for your expedition or take you out and show you some of our lovely surroundings, whether you are a beginner or already have experience under your belt. From Arisaig we are within reach of many of the areas in sections 2 and 3 of Simon’s guide. Visit our website www.arisaigseakayakcentre.co.uk to see what’s on offer or give us a call on 07858 214 985.
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    Canoe Hire Scotland (sister company to Boots N Paddles) offers a comprehensive Canadian canoe, sea kayak, sit-on-top kayak and outfitting service across Scotland. You can pick equipment up from us en route to your destination or we can shuttle equipment (and up to 8 people people per shuttle vehicle) to just about anywhere you want to go. We can also be on hand to offer free emergency pick ups should you get beaten back by the wind or if you've simply got as far as you can.

    From the West Coast of Scotland to the Firth of Forth and Moray Firth, or inland waterways such as the Great Glen Canoe Trail, Rivers Spey, Tweed, Tay and Dee, we can offer quality equipment hire and shuttles. We can even help out with wilder adventures somewhere like Inverpolly or Knoydart.

    With local, experienced guides, we also offer guiding services and organised holidays or can support large or small fundraising challenges.

    For more information about equipment hire and shuttle services you can visit our website www.canoehirescotland.co.uk

    For holidays on the likes of the Great Glen Canoe Trail, River Spey or something different that you have in mind, please visit our website www.boots-n-paddles.co.uk.

    Want to speak to us? t-0845 612 5567 for any questions you might have.
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    Wild Argyll provides a sea kayak leading and guiding service specialising in the area of the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail from Loch Caolisport to Loch Craignish.

    We have intimate knowledge of this area and particularly we are able to bring the natural and cultural wonders of this National Scenic Area to life, enabling paddlers to really appreciate the landcsapes and their hidden gems. As you continue north you will notice everything with new eyes, giving your journey a whole new dimension.

    Whatever your other needs in this southern section of the trail please ask - we should be able to help.

    See www.explorewildargyll.com and www.facebook.com/wildargyll or call 01546 870 235 or 07789695259.