Kayaking at Pawleys Island

November 13, 2008 at 2:31 pm 1 comment

First off, my apologies to the fishermen at the south beach at Pawleys Island this past weekend. Even though I didn’t trip anyone’s line, I think the splashing and occasional capsizing probably hindered anyone’s attempts at catching fish on the inlet. We went back and forth across the inlet, learning how to deal with the current and looking for aquarium creatures. Here are some photos:

Sea Eagle Kayak

Sea Eagle Kayak

Sea Eagles are inflatable. It’s really pretty cool. The kayak is sturdy and easy to set up and take down. It’s not exactly light, but it’s small enough to toss into the trunk of a car.

Driftwood

Pretty Driftwood

Sam

Sam

Hermit Crab with Anemone

Eric found a hermit crab that had an anemone, a barnacle, and some coral growing on its shell.

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  • 1. Sid  |  November 13, 2008 at 10:11 pm

    Hi Azareal,

    I think you’d really enjoy trying out a real sea kayak some time, a single, say a 16.5 foot fiberglass boat, 22 inches narrow. However it is important to get a little safety training before going out on the sea. Watch out though, it can be addicting.

    Thanks or sharing your experience and your photos.

    Sid

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