Nigel Dennis and Eila Wilkinson are delighted to have the opportunity to try out and use the brand new Motionize kayak statistics monitor and paddle sensor. Motionize is a brand new high tech system that is based around an app downloaded onto your (currently iPhone 6/6s and very soon Android) mobile phone.
- Published: 09 June 2016
Since many years I paddle a carbon Celtic Nordkapp cranked paddle.
As a coach my stuff get used a lot in not always friendly ways. Further-on I did a lot off long distancepaddling and multi-day trips.
- Published: 11 April 2016
Keirron Tastagh, Adventurous Experiences, Isle of Man along with George Shaw are on a RNLI mission circumnavigating Ireland. Another Horrendous Experience the pair are battling strong headwinds as they make their way from their start point on the Isle of Man. Celtic Paddles are delighted to support the expedition and eagerly await daily news.
- Published: 19 May 2015
Through the winter months Adventurous Experiences run the Junior Kayak School, an indoor course which fits into the British Canoe Union (BCU) system. Certificated Paddle Power and Cross Stream Challenge Awards (when students are suitable ready), are delivered as part of program.
- Published: 14 December 2014
I use Celtic paddles because it's a tool I can trust when the going get's tough. I play hard in the surf and in tide races in my back yard and in many parts for the world. So Celtic paddles to me have the right balance between strength, flexibility, and weight.
- Published: 29 November 2014
An adventurous and out-going group of paddlers! Based in the stunning location of North Wales, local to Celtic Paddles, Snowdonia Canoe Club extended their range last summer by paddling on a self guided trip in the Broughton Archipelago, off Northern Vancouver Island.
- Published: 26 November 2014
Greenland. Officially the world’s largest island, yet it has a population of only under 60,000 – that’s not many more than Wrexham. With tales of stunning rock & ice scenery, the chance to paddle amongst icebergs and to see whales ….and possibly even polar bears, the decision to join a team heading out to SE Greenland in July 2013 was not a difficult one!
- Published: 22 September 2013