Stand up paddle boarding is an incredibly fun sport for all the family to enjoy. But how can you encourage your kids to join you out on the water? In our experience, children tend to take to water sports very quickly and all they need is a bit of guidance, praise and fun splashed in…

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So you want to get into kayaking? Fantastic! Whether you are a complete beginner or you’ve had some trial runs out on the water, the first step in purchasing your own kayak is deciding which style will be most suited to you. From sit on tops, to sit in kayaks, open canoes to white water…

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Riber SUP board lying on the ground

One of the great things about using one of our inflatable boards SUP for sale is that you can get them out on the water at any time of the year. Though the thought of grabbing a SUP board and hitting the water in the winter months may send shivers down your spine, with the…

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Woman kayaking solo

Many people tell you to avoid kayaking solo, as we have previously done, as it not considered the safest way to enjoy the sport, and you can have a lot of fun in a group. However, that shouldn’t put off experienced kayakers making solo trips on calm waters. Many paddlers prefer being alone on the…

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Weights and trainer ready for a workout

When winter arrives with shorter daylight hours, cold temperatures and near-constant rain, we can understand the lack of enthusiasm for getting out kayaking. However, not kayaking can mean when the warm weather is back, you’re a little out of shape, and the aches and pains of using paddling muscles are back after just one session.…

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Canoes on a river bank in Britain

It is estimated that there are about 2,200 miles of navigable canals and rivers in the UK, and the calm, flat waters are perfect for water sports and boating. If you have got yourself one of our canoes or 2 man kayaks for sale and are planning on heading out for an adventure on one…

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Man carrying a Riber iSUP board

One of the best things about an inflatable SUP board is how accessible and adaptable they are; iSUP boards are easy to travel with, so you can put them onto any water you come across. However, if you do travel a lot with your board, you need to make sure you keep it in good…

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Man kayaking on a river

Kayaking can be as safe as you make it. If you’re heading out on a kayaking trip, it is entirely possible to have an excellent dry time, all day long. However, as with any sport, it is essential to spend some time thinking about and preparing for some of the dangers encountered when kayaking. Perceived…

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Dogs on a canoe

Dogs make for great paddling companions, as they don’t complain about the rain, argue about the route to take or grumble about whether or not the tent is put up correctly. They have a low centre of gravity so won’t topple into the water easily, and they are the perfect water bottle for the cooler…

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Person about to get onto an iSUP board

Stand up paddle boarding is a fast growing sport and when you try it, it is easy to see why. Not only is it a great workout, but it is loads fun and easy to learn. However, there are some things to know before purchasing your inflatable SUP, so you are fully prepared for your…

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Canoe for sale that has regular maintenance

Maintenance of your canoe keeps it in top shape, extending its lifespan, lessening the possibility of extensive damage and the need for expensive repairs. Our cheap canoes for sale are easy to maintain, and at their cost, it’s worthwhile spending a bit of extra love to ensure you won’t be capsizing mid-session! Wooden canoes are…

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