Sea Kayaking Documentaries
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OSK Productions documentary about sea kayaking in Iceland - 'Sleeping Giants' is now in the OSK Library. Watch the trailer by clicking the video above. As a subscriber you get access to all of these documentaries as well as all of the online courses content with either a monthly or annual subscription.
This section of the OSK Library has a selection of sea kayaking documentaries. We hope these documentaries help inspire you to continue to develop your paddling and to plan adventures of your own.
Sleeping Giants - Exploring Iceland by sea kayak
- Runtime 40 mins
- OSK Productions
- Paddlers - James Stevenson and Simon Osborne
Expedition kayaking - Madagascar circumnavigation attempt
- Runtime 30 mins
- Swift films
- Paddlers - Simon Osborne and Phil Clegg
Paddling on a promise - Solo Circumnavigation of Ireland
- Runtime 30 mins
- Paddler - Simon Osborne
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Great videos that really shows all the aspects of different strokes and skills. would recommend it for both novice kayakers as well as experienced paddlers. Lots of useful tips for me as a coach too.
This course is brilliant - very well put together with high definition footage and easy to understand descriptions of techniques. I have used much of the course material on the water and in theory and it is faultless. I just keep going over and over and it never gets old. Great job guys - I thoroughly recommend to beginner, intermediate and enthusiasts alike - great stuff
Videos are brilliantly shot, simple to follow. Love the use of multiple angles, really helps to understand the full picture of a movement. Great resource, amazing!
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