Kayaking in Chinatown, Vancouver


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  • Seattle Sake Dragonboat Club
    Operated by the Canadian International Dragon Boat Festival Society, a registered non-profit society, Dragon Zone Paddling Club makes it easy for people to experience the ancient art of dragon boating, as well as many other types of paddle sports. In addition to 10- and 20-person dragon boats, the club equips guests with canoes, six-person outriggers, one-person outriggers, and kayaks. For those who are new to dragon boating, Dragon Zone Paddling Club offers four-week classes that introduce basic techniques and get participants used to working as a team. More specialized workshops supplement foundational skills with more advanced instruction, which is especially useful for anyone who decides to join a racing team.
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    1 Athletes Way
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Creekside Kayaks
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_CA title: Creekside Kayaks facet_type_id: b9297e30-5f41-1032-a8fe-419839a0fbc5 html_text: Creekside Kayaks supplies guests with a sleek fleet of rental kayaks canoes for voyages that traverse the scenic areas flanking False Creek. Solo or duo seafarers can fit snugly within a Necky Manitou II, whose adjustable seat accommodates two adults; single paddlers can also nestle into the roomy cockpit of the Necky Looksha 14. Certified instructors walk uninitiated visitors through kayaking basics during three-hour introductory courses that cover fundamental paddling skills, rescue techniques, water safety, and how easily kayaks transform into giants' kazoos.
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    1 Athletes Way
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • False Creek Racing Canoe Club
    A dragonboat sounds like a boat that shoots fire—but it's actually a traditional Chinese paddleboat, one of the many that members can row at False Creek Racing Canoe Club. Founded more than two decades ago, the club now boasts a fleet of outrigger canoes and flatwater kayaks and canoes that are ideal for days when big waves are away auditioning for surfing movies. While the club is members-only and does not rent to casual paddlers, novices can learn the ropes in introductory programs for kids and adults while experts can join official boating teams.
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    1318 Cartwright St.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Ecomarine Ocean Kayak Ctr
    Sports fans know to plan their weekend around Ecomarine Ocean Kayak Ctr in Vancouver. Service and taste make a great restaurant, and that's why you won't be disappointed by this club. No need to leave Fido outside — pooches are very welcome at Ecomarine Ocean Kayak Ctr. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1668 Duranleau Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Vancouver Water Adventures
    Vancouver Water Adventures equips maritime adventurers with life jackets and personal watercraft for exploring the waterways of False Creek and English Bay. The staff stocks a fleet of jet skis, paddleboards, and kayaks, which riders can paddle past beaches and along inlets. In addition to soaking up scenic ocean views and spying on local wildlife, guests can accompany skilled guides on jet ski tours to the area's most impressive sights. Those operating machines must have a valid driver's licence, and all passengers must be at least 12 years old without factoring in alternate theories of relativity.
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    1812 Boatlift Ln
    Vancouver, BC CA

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