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August 23, 2018

9 Tips for finding great places to paddle

It’s a big world out there, and 71% of it is covered in water. The possibilities for watercraft enthusiasts are virtually endless, it’s just a matter of finding the right spots to launch. While each adventurer and each vessel has their own unique needs and abilities, we’ve compiled a list of tips for identifying the right put in locations for…
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In the beginning
August 26, 2017

History of the Clamp

As you already know, we are diligently working toward getting boats produced as soon as possible. Here are some updates and details. Latest News We are scheduled to start production by late October which means shipping should start in November. Our Kickstarter backers will receive the first boats followed by our pre-order customers. Of course, as we know more, we'll…
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May 18, 2017

Mission Blue: The Night Watch

In Playa Grande, Costa Rica, more than 20 years of egg poaching consumed a generation of leatherback sea turtles, bringing the population in the Eastern Pacific to the brink of extinction. Today, Earthwatch scientists and volunteers are working alongside local communities to ensure there’s a future for this species.
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April 22, 2017

Startlr Tech: Pakayak – kayak, placed in a backpack

One of the main problems for urban residents, supporters of active recreation on the water, is the transportation and storage of a fairly large inventory, in particular kayaks. The startup of four like-minded people undertook to solve this problem by offering Pakayak. Unlike other, inflatable, Compact models of kayaks that were easily broken and damaged during transportation, The venturi is…
Save our planet
April 15, 2017

National Geographic: Garbage Swell

Outdoor photographer Zak Noyle has seen his share of marine debris, but he was shocked by what he discovered on an assignment in a remote spot off the coast of Java. There to cover Indonesian surfer Dede Suryana (above) in 2012, Noyle found himself literally swimming in a sea of garbage.