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New Zealand Kayak Clubs, Networks & Contacts
There are a number of clubs and networks in New Zealand which specialise in
sea kayaking. These are listed below. The difference between a club and network
is that clubs tend to be run as incorporated societies while networks are an
affiliation of like minded paddlers, have a less formalised system and often
communicate via e-mail. Both of these are good places to make contacts and find
out about sea kayaking, equipment, training and trips in the region.
If you are part of a club or network and want your details included in this
list, please contact us.
Upper North Island
The Auckland Sea Kayaking Community ~ hosts an interesting chat-line/bulletin page.
Bay of Plenty, KASK ~ Contact: Iona Bailey
Rotorua Kayak Club ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Rotorua. KASK ~ Contact: John Fleming Ph (07) 347-9950
Waikato Sea Kayak Network ~ Contact: Evan Pugh Ph (07) 883-6898.
Yakity Yak Club ~ Bay of Plenty Estelle ~ Ph (07) 574-7415
Lower North Island
Yakity Yak Club ~ Taranaki Ph (06) 754-8368
Yakity Yak Club ~ Taupo Ph (07) 378-1003
Nelson. KASK ~ Contact: Chris Hinkley Ph (03) 526-6817
Otago Sea Kayak Network (OSKA) ~ Contact: Rob Tipa Ph (03) 478-0360
Southland Sea Kayaking ~ Contact: Stanley Mulvaney Ph (03) 215-7263
KASK's aims are to:1. Promote and encourage the sport of sea kayaking
2. Promote safety standards
3. Develop techniques and equipment
4. Deal with issues of coastal access and protection
5. Organise sea kayak forums around the country
6. Publish the Sea Canoeist Newsletter and the KASK Handbook