Your #1 source for kayaking and canoeing information.               FREE Newsletter!
my Profile
 


Ostrom Outdoors:



GRUMMAN CANOES
FREE SHIPPING on all canoes until May 14
See Paddling.net for great reviews
www.canoeinglife.com
 
Advice, Suggestions and General Help New Topic Printer Friendly Version

  Best to have someone with you.
  Posted by: rpg51 on Feb-08-13 6:57 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Feb-08-13 6:59 AM EST --

If you have others with you it will reduce dangers significantly. My personal decision is that if I go out alone I stick in places where I can save myself - ie. very close to shore - how far depending on the temperature of the water and my honest assessment of how far I could safely swim to a calm shore. I think it is all about anticipating the things that can go wrong. The better you are at that the safer you will be. When you are new to a sport you are not going to be so good at anticipating the things that can go wrong and so you need to be more careful. There are very serious dangers involved.


 Great Products from the Buyers' Guide:

Sunglasses

Gedi Convertible Helmet

Trailers

Canoe Roost

Table of Contents

Google
 
Web Paddling.net


Follow us on:
Free Newsletter | About Us | Site Map | Advertising Info | Contact Us

©2014 Paddling.net Inc.
Educational DVDs Shirt Sale