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Kayak Sunset Sessions

Shore Road, Rostrevor, County Down, BT34 3AA
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Kayak sunset sessions are back for 2024!!!!!

Each week during the summer months June, July and August we run kayak sunset sessions on the amazing Carlingford Lough. It is run from Rostrevor slipway behind the Pier,

The sunset sessions will be run every Monday and Wednesday evening 6pm – 8pm (weather dependant) and will be £15pp (charges may apply when booking online). The price includes hire of all equipment (kayak and paddle, wetsuit, buoyancy aid). To help speed things up if you can arrive wearing your swimwear under your clothes to allow quicker changing time so you get more time out on the water.

We encourage people to walk down to the slipway as parking is extremely limited so to try and reduce your carbon footprint, leave the car at home and enjoy the stroll OR if you park in Kilbroney Park at the forestry building (red building on the right hand side as you dive up into the park) it is only a 4 minute walk down to the slipway.

Each session will be run by fully Qualified staff and we will also have a safety boat on the water for each session. Ages from 8+ under 16 to be accompanied by an adult.

Booking is essential for each evening and we will operate on a online booking system. To book your slot please follow the link below and select your date.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sunset-kayaking-sessions-tickets-62355656346

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Establishment Features

  • Accommodation nearby
  • Family Fun
  • Fully qualified instructors

Event Facilities

  • Booking Required

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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Ticket£15.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Opening Times

Season (1 July 2024 - 4 Sept 2024)
DayTimes
Monday18:00 - 20:00
TuesdayClosed
Wednesday18:00 - 20:00
Thursday - SundayClosed

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We encourage people to walk down to the slipway as parking is extremely limited so to try and reduce your carbon footprint, leave the car at home and enjoy the stroll OR if you park in Kilbroney Park at the forestry building (red building on the right hand side as you dive up into the park) it is only a 4 minute walk down to the slipway.

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