Paddles Trips Tours

Red Sands Forts from Warden Bay/Leysdown

This sea trip is for anyone that has experience on tidal waters and can paddle the 5 nautical miles each way in a sea boat.

The forts are part of the Maunsell Forts that were placed in the North Sea around 1943.

Bring lunch, drinks, safety kit if you have any and prepare for the conditions that we may encounter.

We will meet at 11am in the Cliff Drive Car Park ME12 4SA.

High tide is approximately 15:00hrs BST and we can usually get on the water about 3 and a half hours before but we may need some patience.

If you have any queries, message Alan 07384 836480

Note: This trip will only go ahead if conditions allow. You will be added to a Whatsapp group nearer the date of the trip.

Disclaimer

All our trips are run by club members like you, and unless specifically described otherwise, they are peer paddles.

If you think that you would benefit from the support of a formal river leader or coach, please contact the trip organiser in advance - we can usually arrange something! Otherwise you should be confident that your own ability matches the trip as planned.

If your trip is being led by someone, a more experienced paddler, river leader, or a coach - it is your responsibility to mention any medical or other issues which may arise during the trip.

Details
Peer paddle
Cliff Drive, Warden Bay, ME12 4SA
16 max spaces
26th May, 10:00AM - 2:30PM
Members only
Organisers
  • Alan Nevard

Peer paddle bookings are temporarily disabled. Please contact the event organiser to arrange bookings.