3 Ways to Follow Our St Kilda Sea Kayaking Story

I spend most days just now re-living our superb sea-kayaking trip to St Kilda.

I'm editing the hours of footage into the 'Journey' part of our next coaching DVD.

If you'd like to know more about the coaching sessions Volume 2 will contain, check the website. The DVD is released 1st November 2011.

However, if you want to see and hear and see more about kayaking around thie remote cluster of dramatically shaped island, may I suggest three ways.

Firstly, there are the blogs I mentioned in passing, but which deserve special attention. With each new posting, the story of our trip gradually unfolds, supported by superb photos.

Douglas' excellent SeaKayakPhoto.com daily teases the reader with progressively developing story. Ian's Mountain and Sea Scotland does much the same. Worth checking regularly.

The third way is video.

On 1st July I'll publish the next Video Diary of our shoot and it will feature the St Kilda shoot.

It's cut.

The team have seen it.

They like it.

So please check back here on 1st July or subscribe free to the Podcast download at SeaKayakPodcasts.com

3 Comments Here:

JayGee said...

Hi Simon,

I'd also recommend people take a fourth option (after getting the DVD of course) and visiting to make their own story!

A few pics from the trip we had last year at the bottom of the page here http://www.johngrant.eu/wpg2 amazing place and I will be back some day :)

John

Simon said...

Hi John

Absolutely! First choice would be to have the time to wait to kayak across. But if you want to go by koat, the Murdani is the man to get you there!

http://www.island-cruising.com/itin/

S

Douglas Wilcox said...

Hi Simon it's St Kildavision!

:)