Paddlefest NB

Paddlefest NB

Paddlefest NB

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Paddling & Activities

PADDLING ACTIVITIES

Brought to you by Maritime DayTripping Inc & Seascape Kayak Tours

Events guided events by Maritime DayTripping Inc. and Seascape Kayak Tours are “dry” events and therefore there is no drugs or alcohol permitted on the trips. If guides believe there is participants using drugs or alcohol before the trip they will be asked to not participate. This is for the safety of all participants on the water. If you have any further questions or would like to find out how you can become involved please call 1(506) 657-8747 or e-mail paddlefest@daytrippingnb.com 

All adventure activities involve some risk. There is always the possibility of injury.  Activities may require participants to sign a liability release waiver BUT all participants should assume some risk for participating in the adventure.

Scheduled Events:

THURSDAY, MAY 18

Paddlefest Kick-Off Paddle w. Seascape Kayak Tours & Maritime DayTripping

  • Seascape Kayak Tours will be leading a kayak group from Deer Island first thing Thursday morning, paddling to the St. Andrews wharf (arrival time approx. 10am). To sign up contact Bruce Smith at info@seascapekayaktours.com
  • Maritime DayTripping will be leading a Big Canoe run down the St. Croix River towards St. Andrews to meet the Seascape Kayak Tours group. BY INVITE ONLY

FRIDAY, MAY 19

Various Times – Big Canoe Tours around St Andrews!

  • 30-45-minute tours for School & Service Groups in Charlotte County
  • Leaving from the St. Andrews Wharf
  • Contact: paddlefest@dayTrippingnb.com to reserve a booking for your group

SATURDAY, MAY 20

9:00am-12:00pm – Nature Trust of NB Caughey-Taylor Nature Preserve Sea Kayak  
Paddling to the NB Nature Trust Caughey-Taylor Nature Preserve

• Meeting behind the Harmony House in St. Andrews beside the Arena at 9:00am
• This tour is roughly 3 hours in length; leaves Glebe Road by 10:00am and paddling to Sam Orr’s Pond on the Caughey-Taylor Nature Preserve. 
Caughey-Taylor Nature Preserve is a 240 hectare (600 acre) preserve stretching along Taggart’s Brook and marsh, surrounding Sam Orr’s Pond, to Birch Cove and Berry Point on Bocabec Bay, part of the Bay of Fundy. It is 12 km north-east of St. Andrews on Hwy 127.
• Gear Required by participants – Kayak, PFD, Bailer, Throw bag, whistle, snack, water, camera.

NOTE: Participants in Maritime DayTripping activities MUST Register ONLINE in advance.

If you have any further questions or would like to make arrangements please call 1 (506) 657-8747 or e-mail paddlefest@daytrippingnb.com