Welcome to Deep Bay Kayaking
Ask yourself the following questions:
- Would you like to try paddling a sea kayak for the first time?
- While sitting in your kayak would you like to feel like you are “wearing” your kayak?
- Are you afraid of capsizing?
- Do you use your rudder to control the direction of your kayak?
- Are you one of the slower paddlers in your group of paddling friends?
- Would you like to advance your paddling skills to the next level?
- Would you like to learn the proper body mechanics of the forward stroke?
- Are you planning a West Coast camping trip and would like to brush-up on your rescue skills?
- Do your shoulder or arm muscles ache after a short paddle?
- Would you like to try paddling your kayak with a Greenland paddle?
If you have answered yes to any of those questions, we are here to help.
We offer kayak training for everyone from beginners to advanced paddlers, from teenagers to seniors. We can help you improve your confidence and enjoy your time on the water.
Greenland Paddles by George
You may question why would anyone want to try paddling a kayak with a Greenland paddle? That’s what I thought too when I first saw people paddling a kayak using a skinny piece of wood…
The short answer is the shape of a Greenland paddle requires less force to push or pull the paddle through the water. This leads to greater stroke efficiency and allows the paddler to travel further while expending less energy.
Rockpool Kayaks Reseller
Deep Bay kayaking is now an official Rockpool Kayaks Reseller!
The message below is from Pat Jones, she is the President of PIKA Kayak Club based in Langley.
So excited for you in your new adventure representing Valley and Rockpool!
I paddled from Whytecliff park to Cape Roger Curtis on Bowen Island and back with my friend Niko, who was giving his Rockpool Taran 16 it’s maiden voyage. He could not say enough good things about it…easy turning, rolling etc.
News & Events
A while ago Deep bay Kayaking took an trip to Nuchatlitz Provincial Park, and it was an amazing experience.
This kayaking trip started with a drive to Bamfield in the early morning to meet Gord in the water taxi at 10:30 am.
Replacing or upgrading your old sagging deck lines and bungie cord, improving your hip and thigh pads, and moving your seat to actually FIT you, will greatly improve your comfort level while paddling. The yellow sea kayak below is an example of a kayak that has been...