CANADIAN CANOE CULTUREstream: Video: How To Re-Enter and Roll Your Kayak | Adventure Kayak Magazine | Rapid Media
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Screenshot of Dymphna Hayes re-entering her sea kayaking after capsizing. Photo: Screen Capture

Get expert tips on the fastest self rescue for getting back in your sea kayak.

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Dympna Hayes from Ontario Sea Kayak Centre shares step-by-step tips that make performing a re-enter and roll in your kayak simple and straightforward. If you've exited your kayak, the re-enter and roll is the fastest self rescue, increasing your confidence and safety on the water.

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