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About Us

Dun Eideann Sea Kayaking is based near Edinburgh and thanks to the Firth of Forth’s unique geography and environment we are able to offer a varied selection of trips to suit all, taking in some amazing wildlife and history on our journeys. So if you are in Edinburgh, the Lothians or Fife, why not come and join us on one of our trips and explore and discover this wonderful coastline.

 

The Bridges and Inner Islands of the Forth

Getting on the water from either St Davids Harbour or Aberdour there are many full or half day options. We can explore the islands of Inchcolm, Inch Garvie and Cramond with the chance of visiting the historic buildings of St Colm's Abbey and the fortifications used during the world wars. We can paddle under the iconic Rail Bridge and meet some of the local wildlife.

 

North Berwick

From North Berwick we can paddle around the islands of Craigleith, Lamb, Fidra and the world famous Bass Rock, the largest single rock gannet colony. We can stop on some of Scotland's most beautiful beaches, pass under historic Tantallon Castle and paddle into the smallest harbour in Scotland. This area is full of wildlife with huge sea bird colonies, seals and ,on occasion, porpoise and dolphin to keep us company.

 

Staff

George Reid

George Reid - George has been working in the outdoors as an instructor and development tutor for the last 11 years, but playing in the outdoors for a lifetime. His love for the outdoors fuels his passion to let others experience and learn about themselves, others and the environment and enjoy the freedom of the outdoors.

He is a BCU level 3 coach in sea kayaking, open canoeing and white water kayaking, giving him a broad depth of paddling experience and knowledge. George also holds mountaineering and climbing qualifications.

 

Other Staff

On occasions Dun Eideann Sea Kayaking use other fully qualified and equally passionate staff.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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