Beat and Michaela were back with eight of their clients from Switzerland, and with 4 returning from last year ...which is always great to catch up and here about the last year.
Tides and weather meant for a paddle around Point Lynas and on to Ynis Dulas and then back to play on the tide race. With and intro to the sea kayaks and a dry land deep water rescue practised, we then did some edging skills, before paddling around the headland, almost at slack water.
On arriving at Ynis Dulas, after a ferry glide out, the small shingle bank was providing a super gentle race, and allowed for a great intro with stern rudders, forward speed and timing.
The top of the race was fairly calm and after a few runs down and surfing, back up, we had a super surprise with around eight porpoises joining in!
The 2nd day was off to The Stacks, with a super forecast, good tide and the group up to speed. North Stack was a busy place and was fairly gentle although fast.
Some exploring around the coast, in and out of the caves and arches, before a run through South stack race which was bigger but better formed.
We landed briefly at the back of the bay for a leg stretch before the final push towards Treadour bay.
A great two days, with the weather that you come to expect for June and with a super group.