The good P&H (round hatch) corelite version not the Venture canoes version.
Yellow £420 ono
Boat – Capella 166 Weight range is 65-120KG (Photo above shows someone lighter with a seat pad to reduce volume)
Usual wear and tear but good condition, Hatches all in good condition. I haven’t used it for a while hence being sold.
The kayak has been well looked after and had only light use. Subsequently she’s in excellent condition with only minor scuffs and the odd scratch otherwise its damage free and has not been subjected to any repairs.
The Xplore X is designed with the larger paddler (85 – 100kg) in mind who wants a capable seaworthy expedition Kayak with a good turn of speed when loaded and manoeuvrability when catching the wave when lightly loaded on a day trip.
Also included with the kayak is, spray deck, cockpit cover and spare rudder.
or Call Stuart or Cathy for a chat on 01631-565-310.
Before buying a sea kayak it is really worthwhile trying as many as you can and Sea Kayak Oban’s demo days are the perfect opportunity.
We will have at least 4 different brands – Valley, Northshore, P&H, Epic, Perception – of sea kayaks and lots of different sizes and styles. NEW VALLEY SIRONA LV & MV SIZES and plastic Sirona LV & MV and the EPIC V5 & V6.
Also paddles by Werner, Adventure Technology, Epic Wings & Ainsworth & you can also size drysuits by Kokatat and PeakUk.
Bring regular paddling gear and try as many kayaks you want on Killington Lake – Sea kayak Oban team
Stuart and Cathy – on hand to advise and discuss kayak designs, handling qualities, suitability & prices.
Grateful thanks to “Killington Sailing Association” (KSA) for hosting the event – all sailing members VERY welcome.
Now Sold Pyranha Burn for sale: Size, Medium, good used condition with usual scratches for a boat of this age. Includes 2 rear airbags. I also have a Palm deck with one small good repair to fit this boat which I will sell separately for £20 if wanted.
Viewing or collection from Bebington Wirral.
Please email me at alan AT aksmail.co.uk or call 07974191183
Thanks for looking.
What a fantastic paddle it turned out to be on Sunday! We all met at Ponsonby arms, in Llangollen, the car park after town falls where paddlers usually get off when they have paddled from Horse shoe falls down to town. Everyone started to arrive at 9:30 am. It was a beginners and improvers trip, we
were there to paddle the lower Dee. We had a great flow of water which was nice and manageable for all levels of paddlers.
There was a good turn out for this nice relaxing paddle on the chilly Sunday morning. Once everyone had got changed into their nice and toasty thermals and paddling kit, the people in cars made their way down to where we were due to get off the river. As everyone arrived back to where the rest of us were stood freezing whilst starting to get to know each other, it was then time to get on the water. Before we did that, the top dog Keith put us all into our groups, it was my first trip with Liverpool Canoe Club and I was there to help out doing some river leading to help me towards my 4*. I’m very grateful that Keith and my group leader Mark (who I accidentally kept calling Steve) Garrod let me tag along.
When we were all ready to start our journey, not to name any names here (simply because I don’t know any), but someone had left their helmet in their car, which just had to be at the get off point…..
Luckily my Mum and Dad took this lovely gentleman back down to his car to collect his helmet.
Whilst the bloke’s group waited patiently behind, the other groups made their way onto the water.
With having so many paddlers on the water close to where we got on, it was packed with no eddies to get into, so we all started to make our way down the river at a nice steady pace.
Sunday was all about building confidence and getting people used to being back on the water and it seemed to work pretty well
It was a good 4 hour paddle with some good laughs and conversation and we also managed to see the sun for a short while, which was a bit of a shock to us all if I do say so myself. Along the way we all tried some different things to bring our confidence and
paddling skills to a higher level, its always good to encourage each other each time you get out there.
Once we had made our way to the end of our long stretch, we got off at Ty Mawr country park with lovely scenery and TOILETS!!! Which I think was a great sight for us all.
The day turned out well with no swimmers or rollers which was a result, it couldn’t have gone any better. Well apart from one small thing, I did accidentally fall of the bank into the water, but that doesn’t count as a swim may I add.
It was a great trip with lovely people and I hope everyone enjoyed it as much as I did.
A reminder that we have the Irwell 2, Wild Water Race Northern Counties Series Regional Race coming up on Sunday 19th March.
All welcome – it’s a great venue and always good racing whatever the level! I if you are planning to come please let me know thanks: Peter Schofield. 07790 494110 email firstname.lastname@example.org
The course runs through the Burrs Activity Centre Site from just below the weir on the River Irwell at the top through down to below the road bridge to the get-out at the bottom of the site, river left (i.e. on the left hand side of the river looking down-stream). One of the major advantages of the Burrs is a mill stream running alongside and above the River Irwell that allows race participants to paddle back up to the start and to get as many runs in as possible.
ACCESS River Irwell, Burrs Activity Centre, Woodhill Road, Bury, BL8 1DA
The course is available from 0930. Competitors are advised to arrive early and walk the course before getting on to practice. It is also advisable to change after practicing and staying warm between the race briefing and getting on for the start of the race.
0930 – 1100 Free practice on river.
0930 – 1030 Late entries in the car park
1030 Race brief in the car park
1130 First sprint run 1 minute intervals
1230 Second Sprint Run 1 minute intervals
Directly after the second sprint run at approx. 1340 there will be the Club Team Race & open Canadian class all starting at two minute intervals. (We can have a break after the Kayak Team Race for clubs to get back to the start if needed)
1600 (approx.) Prize giving
Peter Peter Schofield Chairman, Wild Water Racing Committee, British Canoeing
Mobile: +447790494110 Email: Chairman@wildwater.org.uk