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Kayak Roll 

KayakRoll: A kayak roll (often referred to as an Eskimo roll) is the act of righting a capsized kayak by use of body motion and/or a paddle.  (wikipedia)

Why do you need to learn the roll?
You really don’t need that knowledge!
Until you get into a situation where you do!
You can save your life or your companions, as you can stay in your kayak and be on the surface again in 1 second after a capsize. and then leave the danger zone or help others.
In this workshop I will only pay attention to you, as we will perfect and practice your personal technique and movements.
For safety reasons, I work with max. 2 people.
Unfortunately, experience shows that in Hungary kayakers are not welcome in the swimming pool, so we do courses outdoors.

For Dates click on the workshop below.

We start the theoretical part on land and then move on to the practice very soon. First  learn some basic movements on land. After warming up your body properly, we try these movements on the water. First with a diving mask, then with a nose clip, and later without it.
The Kayak Rolling Course is 6 hours long , at least 60% of this we spent in water.
The Eskimo roll can be mastered by anyone, but the learning time varies from individual to individual. 
There are some who also need 2-3 days of exercise. However, with a little perseverance, they will succeed.
Skills to help to master the Eskimo roll:
  • if you feel comfortable underwater as well
  • good movement coordination
  • good sense of balance
  • flexibility
  • rowing experience and confident, skillful application of sea kayak course techniques
The fee for the workshop: 100 euros / person
I’ll help to practice and it will roll! Come on!

For Dates click the workshop below

Tourguide: KayakCrazyRic

SAFETY IS the most important to us!

Safety conditions for participating in tours:
  • swim knowledge: the buoyancy aid holds You at the surface of the water, but because it’s about watersport, the minimum swim ability is expected from the participants. 
  • zero alcohol consumption during the day – no one can drink alcohol or be under the influence of drugs. Anyone who breaks this rules has to face the consequences, surely he will not get into kayaks that day. In the case of a multi-day tour, this may also result for the participant being deprived of the opportunity to continue and complete the tour. In the evening, minimal alcohol consumption is allowed in the camp!

General Terms and Conditions for KayakCrazy Excursions:

Participation is at your own risk. KayakCrazy assumes no liability for the financial consequences of any accident / injury that may occur during the event. Exceptions may be the liability for the gross negligence of the tour guide. Participation is subject to the condition that the participants have valid travel / accident insurance, in this case extreme sports insurance. Guided tours are open to anyone who meets the physical and mental requirements of the participants. Participants are required to thoroughly read the program and assess their physical and mental ability to complete the trip. If a participant is unsure of his or her health, he or she must consult with a physician before starting a guided tour. Participants are required to bring the equipment mentioned in the guided tour description. Participants are required to follow the guidance of the tour guide. If it becomes apparent that a participant is physically or mentally incapable of completing the trip, is inadequate or does not have the necessary equipment, may be denied participation or excluded from the rest of the tour. Participants who may have acute health problems (such as seizures or the like) should be prepared for travel (for example, by importing medications and instructions). The tour guide must be informed in advance of the health issues relevant to the guided tour.

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