The nimble sea kayak is inherently unstable - so it's just a matter of time before you find yourself swimming in the water. Your ability to right the kayak and reenter it quickly and easily can spell the difference between a dunk and a disaster.
Expert instructors Roger Schumann and Jan Shriner show the full range of capsize recovery techniques, suitable for beginners and experts alike. From the basic Paddlefloat Self-Rescue and T Rescue to the more advanced Kayak Rolls, this manual includes every technique you will ever need to get yourself - and others - back into a kayak in all sea conditions. Numerous step-by-step photos, detailed explanations, and real-life rescue stories make this book an invaluable resource.
About the Author
Authors Roger Schumann and Jan Shriner are American Canoe Association-certified instructor trainer educators, kayaking guides, and co-authors of the Guide to Sea Kayaking Central and Northern California.
|Title||Sea Kayak Rescue: The Definitive Guide To Modern Reentry And Recovery Techniques (How to Paddle Series)|
|Author||Roger Schumann and Jan Shriner|
|Publisher||Falcon Guides; 2nd edition (April 1, 2007)|
|Item Weight||0.705 ounces|
|Dimensions||7.5 x 0.31 x 9.25 inches|
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