Kayak Cornwall contains information about short and medium range sea kayak trips exploring the coast of Cornwall with Paul Bennett and Kevin Gaston. Occasionally joined by other friends and always planned and paddled with care.

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Monday, 1 July 2013

Coverack to Lizard LB Station

Kevin and I are joined by Guy and Ross on a kayak paddle from Coverack to Lizard Lifeboat Station and back. A very pleasant trip in smooth sea with virtually no waves or swell.

Leaving Coverack about half an hour before high tide, the wind was blowing force 2 WNW, it picked up to a force 3 on the return trip giving us a easy ride home. We stopped in at Cadgwith Cove for lunch on the return journey and met some other kayaker's. We  were on the water about five hours and saw much spectacular scenery but little in the way of wildlife however we did see some sand eels and jellyfish.

Paddle No: 4
Date: 30/06/2013
Wind: Force 2-3 WNW
Temperature: 13 degrees
Weather: Cloudy and Grey but warm
Distance Covered: 15 miles
Duration: 5 hrs
Access: Easy launch, landing and exit
Sea State: Smooth
Kayaks: P&H Scorpio, North Shore Atlantic, RTM Ysak and Easky 13

   Coverack to
   Lizard LB Station

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