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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.

North Island

Northland Canoe Club ~ PO Box 755, Whangarei,  0140,
Carola Carstens, Ph (09) 430-2707  Mobile 027-725-560

Far North KASK Contact ~ Lynnis Burson, 61 Pa Rd. Kerikeri 0230 Bay of Islands
Ph: (09) 407 3957 Cell: (021) 041 57453

Auckland Canoe Club ~ PO Box 9271 Newmarket, Auckland

Auckland Yakity Yak Club ~ info@yakityyak.co.nz

Hauraki Kayak Group ~ Contact: kayak@hkg.org.nz or P.O. Box 46-146, Herne Bay, Auckland.

Bay Association of Sea Kayakers (BASK NZ) Tauranga ~ Contact: Linda Hansen Ph 027 230 6969

Bay of Plenty Yakity Yak Club ~ info@yakityyak.co.nz

Waikato Sea Kayak Network ~ Contact: Evan Pugh Ph (07) 883-6898.

Hawke’s Bay Canoe Club ~ Contact: Steve Flack Mobile 027-559-9597

Taranaki Yakity Yak Club ~ info@yakityyak.co.nz

Ruahine Whitewater Club ~ Contact: Melz Grant Mobile: 027-332-8182

Wellington Sea Kayak Network ~ Contact: John Andrews Ph (04) 472-8281
Mobile 021-454-096

Wellington Yakity Yak Club ~ info@yakityyak.co.nz

South Island

Nelson Canoe Club ~ Contact: Diane Winter Ph (03) 548-2026

Canterbury Sea Kayak Network ~ Contact: Sandy Ferguson Ph (03) 365-8232

Otago Canoe & Kayak Club (OCKC) ~ Contact: Lesley Pijpker

Otago Sea Kayak Network (OSKA)

Southland Sea Kayaking ~ Contact: Stanley Mulvaney Ph (03) 215-7263


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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