Here are some links to other websites that you may find informative, helpful or just interesting.

Please note that The Isle of Portland Canoe Club cannot be responsible for external content.

Sea Trek Kayaks
( Sea Trek Kayaks is owned by IOPCC founder member Craig Pinder and acts as a dealer for Sea Kayaking UK, offering a range of sea kayaks designed by Nigel Dennis. Sea Trek Kayaks operates from Weymouth.

British Canoe Union
( The governing body and awards body for canoeing in the United Kingdom.

AS Watersports
( is a canoe, kayak and watersports equipment supplier based in Exeter, Devon.

Flatrock Systems Limited
( are web hosting and computer maintenance specialists based in Weymouth. Flatrock are kind enough to provide web hosting for IOPCC.

Reed Chill Cheater
( Reed's own unique fabrics and specialist garments for kayaking, canoeing, surfing, diving, outdoor and water activities

Mega Performance Kayaks
( Based in Bude, Mega Performance Kayaks are best known for their all conquering range of surf kayaks.

Second Wind Watersports
( Second Wind Watersports are a leading supplier of watersports equipment. Based at Overcome in Weymouth, Second Wind also operate a centre for watersport activities and hire.

Royal National Lifeboat Institution
( You know who they are, you know what they do. Support them!

National Coastwatch Institution
( is an entirely voluntary organisation keeping a visual watch along UK shores.

Rockpool Kayaks
( are a manufacturer of composite sea kayaks based in Anglesey. Blatant favouritism by your webmaster, I'm's what I paddle!

P&H Custom Sea Kayaks
( have been making world class kayaks for over 40 years, in that time we have consistently pushed the boundaries of Sea kayak design and innovation at the same time as ensuring the highest quality standards are kept too. All composite P&H Sea kayaks are designed and hand made in the UK by a team of skilled craftspeople.

UK Rivers Guidebook
( is the primary web resource for kayaking in the UK. With a readership of thousands, most kayaking topics are covered in the busy forum.



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