Nigel Foster's Sea Kayaking DVD Series 3 - 4

Location:
REI - Albuquerque
1550 Mercantile Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM, 87107
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Start Time: 
Tuesday, June 29, 2010 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Volume 3 - Directional Control: Quit fighting the effects of wind, current and waves and learn how to make your boat go exactly where you want, when you want. World-renowned author and instructor Nigel Foster gives you multiple layers of techniques, blends one with another and highlights why certain techniques work better than others depending on the conditions. "Directional Control" will teach you the secrets of paddling in a straight line or turning with ease regardless of wind direction. Regardless of your skill level, this is a must have DVD which is loaded with essential information that will help you become an efficient and safe paddler.


Volume 4 - Rescues: Aside from the obvious benefits, confidence based on sound principles and practice aids your ability to rescue yourself and others.  Mastering rescues will improve your safety margin and extend your ability to enjoy the sport.  "Rescues" by world-renowned author and instructor Nigel Foster offers both mental and technical solutions.  Learn how to empty a kayak at sea, how to re-enter your own kayak from the water and how to take charge of a rescue until the swimmer is safely back in their boat.  A range of different techniques is covered with expert guidance as to how to decide which method is best for each situation.

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Even though I only took the Intro to Kayak class at the pool prior to the Coastal Kayaking on Inlandwaters 'Kayak Touring' course, I was confident in performing the wet exit in open waters…the rescue exercises were by far the biggest asset of the class.
Betty Beaudry
Kelly is a very good teacher - he presents learning as fun.  His classes are relaxed and low pressure.  I picked up many skills and knowledge that will make paddling easier and safer for me in the long run. 
Heidi Craig  -  Retired, Artist

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