Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  What happens if I get seasick?​​

A:  The usually calm waters of PWS rarely cause seasickness; however, if guests are prone to motion sickness or conditions might be choppy, over-the-counter medications generally counteract these symptoms and can be purchased at a drug store.

Q:  Do I need any prior kayaking experience?

A:  No.  We have experience working with people new to the sport and will fully instruct you in basic techniques.

Q:  What types of qualifications do people have?

A:  Captain Laura Johnston possesses a US Coast Guard Captain's License and current CPR/First Aid training.  In addition, she also has Instructor Leadership Certification through the American Canoe Association (ACA).

Q:  What type of food accompanies trips?

A:  We offer guests an array of high quality fresh foods including fruits, gourmet cheeses, and meats.  Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.

Q:  What type of equipment do you provide on the kayak trips?

A:  Necky 2-person kayaks, kayak paddles, spray skirts, rubber boots, rain gear for those who need it, dry bags, and kayak-specific life jackets.