a kayak, PFD (personal floatation device or life jacket), paddle,
spray skirt, emergency communication and First Aid equipment, dry
bags, wet suits if needed, and a certified guide.
For our snorkeling
trips, we provide masks and snorkels but you may bring your own
if you would like.
We also provide
snacks and something to drink on half-day trips. On full-day trips
we provide a nice lunch and drinks.
come prepared to get wet. This usually means a swim suit. Water
shoes are nice to have as sandals often get in the way and tennies
are generally too clumsy. Bare feet are O.K. but water shoes make
life more comfortable. You should also bring a water bottle, sunscreen,
lipscreen, sunglasses, a hat and a set of dry clothes to change
into when done. If the water is cold we have wet suits. We recommend
that you bring a lightweight rain jacket if it is raining. Get more
details by clicking on Recommended Clothing.
/ Class Size
and trips have a maximum one-to-six ratio of guide to students. Most classes
are limited to 6 people total although sometimes we have larger
numbers (up to 12). If we have more than 6, there will be an extra
guide. Some of our classes/trips have as few as 3 people.