Northern England & Isle of Man

Northern England & IOMFrom the Mersey to the Solway and the Isle of Man in the West and the Humber to Berwick in the east, ‘up north’ is described to us in the author’s own inimitable style. Industrial areas and the wilder landscapes are described with the same care and attention to detail. The result is a wealth of varied sea kayaking voyages to suit all tastes and abilities, from easy sheltered paddles to testing offshore passages and everything in between.

In addition to the usual important information needed to plan a trip recommended cafés, pubs and chip shops are strategically located to provide sustenance at the end of your trip. Detailed tidal information also allows the book to serve as a valuable inshore pilot for water users such as anglers, windsurfers and sailors.

Short Films...

Sea Kayaking Flamborough Head


A sea kayaking day trip along the Yorkshire coast between the seaside town of Filey and South Landing at Flamborough Head.

The Cumberland Ring

A week long kayak adventure encircling the English Lake District. White water, meandering rivers, estuaries and coast.

Kayak Coast 2 Coast

Intrepid Paddlers embark upon a kayaking trip that crosses northern England from the Irish Sea to the North Sea. The trip starts at Crosby at the Mouth of the Mersey Estuary. At Runcorn they follow a historic trading route through Manchester along inland waterways across the Pennines before reaching the Humber Estuary at Goole. On the Humber the route passes Hull and finishes at the historic lifeboat community at Spurn Head on the North Sea Coast.