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Best Kayaking by Day San Francisco 2007 - Sea Trek Kayak

Sea Trek Kayak

Sea Trek Kayak

P.O. Box 1987

Sausalito, CA 94966


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There are many ways to explore the bay, from kite-surfing to paddling to taking the ferry. But one of the most sublime is by kayak. Sitting close to the surf in a small brightly colored boat somehow makes you feel especially connected to the water and to the wildlife in and around it. Based in Sausalito, Sea Trek Kayak runs a casual though well-organized outfit for anyone seeking a leisurely paddle among the pelicans and seals. Customers can rent a kayak, life jacket, and paddle and explore the bay on their own, or join one of the company's leaders for a half-day or full-day trip to scenic locations like Tomales Bay or Angel Island. For the more adventurous or expert paddler, Sea Trek also offers seasonal trips to places as close to the Bay Area as Mendocino or as far away as Honduras, Alaska, and Baja.
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Sabrina Saxon
Sabrina Saxon

Ah ... but have you discovered Blue Waters Kayaking?!!? Have you discovered kayaking on Tomales Bay in West Marin? Blue Waters Kayaking has two locations on Tomales Bay, in Inverness and on the other side of Tomales Bay, in Marshall. There is nothing quite like kayaking on Tomales Bay's quiet, peaceful moonlight tour. Blue Waters also has several special tours as well as day and overnight rentals. They also have several special trips to Baja and Yucatan. Check them out at and their Baja trips at Try them out and I'm betting next year? You'll choose Blue Waters Kayaking as the BEST!!!

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