Rock'n'Roll 2018 Is Open for Registration

Rock N Roll 2018 is open for registration.  

We have more members than the number of places we can accommodate at so register early and don't miss out on this weekend of sea kayaking fun!  

To register, login and click "Register Now" with the blue background found at the bottom of the detailed Rock N Roll 2018 information page.  Financial membership needs to be current unless you are a life member.

Following feedback from last year, we have opened up expressions of interest for a number of skills focused events at the same time.

 

Rock'n'Roll 2017 Training

The 2017 Rock N Roll Training Schedule is here.  To register your interest you will need to use the Club Event web registration system, i.e.  click the blue Register button.  Only members registered for RNR can register interest in the individual RNR training sub-events.

See RNR 2017 or the Club Events List for more information.

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The NSW Islands Challenge

The Challenge is for the club to complete 10 island trips in one year.

Caoimhin Ardren has been busy checking the charts and identified up to 20 different island trips spanning almost the whole NSW Coastline.  Each trip will aim to circumnavigate at least one, or possibly multiple islands.  

There are no rules, other than - you have to circumnavigate the island. Multiple trips to the same island through the year is permitted (and encouraged for local islands).

As trip leaders take up the challenge, individual trips will appear on the club event list.  

Read more: The NSW Islands Challenge

THE FINISH! Germany to Australia by Kayak

Sea Kayaker Sandy Robson has arrived.  A link to ABC News is here.  

Sandy paid tribute to Mick MacRobb, a Victorian sea kayaker, who sadly passed away while Sandy was planning her final crossing.  Mick was known to many in the NSWSKC as a regular RNR attendee and owner of Flat Earth Kayak Sails.

Sandy's sea kayaking stories are inspirational.  More information about Sandy's journey, following the steps of German Adventurer Oskar Speck, can be found on Sandy's website.  Many have been following Sandy's progress on Facebook.