Posts Tagged ‘Sea Kayaker magazine’

Click here to explore Open Water!

In addition to our traditional coverage of kayak touring, Open Water relates unique aspects of all paddlesports, covering everything from kayak fishing to stand-up paddleboarding (SUP). Thye publishers of Sea Kayaker magazine selected the title Open Water for its roots in our history; Open Water was the working title for what became Sea Kayaker magazine back in 1984. We switched to Sea Kayaker, because we felt Open Water was too broad a title and didn’t tell our readers precisely who we were. Today we welcome the breadth Open Water gives us to incorporate a variety of paddlesports in our coverage as we continue our own evolution within the ever-evolving paddlesports industry. With an initial readership of 15,000 readers who are primarily sea kayakers, we will relate the new topics back to sea kayaking. As the readership diversifies, so will our coverage.

Open Water’s paddler-to-paddler structure provides an ideal venue for paddlers of all writing abilities to share their experiences and knowledge. We are looking for contributors, primarily from the paddlesports industry, so if you are an avid paddler looking for the opportunity to build your reputation, we would like to hear your ideas for stories that pertain to Open Water. We also invite manufacturers and Sea Kayaker readers to participate in a forum-format response to topics presented, giving everyone the opportunity to tell their story and earn feedback.

We hope you enjoy Open Water. Happy paddling.

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The Anatomy of a Bad Decision

Everyone who ventures outdoors should read this – and especially anyone who paddles in cold water.
Then, go to the news stand and buy a copy of the October Sea Kayaker magazine & read the articles referred to. Or, buy a digital copy here.

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iceAnyone who goes outdoors in cold weather or on/near cold water (i.e paddling) should click here and read this article from Sea Kayaker magazine, about hypothermia and its effects on the human body.

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