UK, Scottish Borders - Sea Kayak Advanced 2 Day
St Abbs to Pease Bay  

Talk to us about scheduling your own private session. With a minimum of 4 paddlers you can choose a date to suit you!

  • £325 per person
  • £50 deposit
Technical Skill
Fitness Level

Sea Kayak 2 Day Adventure Details


A wonderful weekend on the water, this beautiful sea kayaking journey will take us from St St Abbs to Pease Bay. You'll enjoy paddling past St Abbs head, famed for its seabird colonies, dramatic cliffs and crystal-clear waters. If we're lucky we'll be joined by some infamous dolphins, their playful and inquisitive natures will make a great addition to our adventure. in the past these wonderful creatures have swam and leapt out of the water very close to us. Paddling into the gorgeous sandy beach at Pease Bay, flanked by sandstone cliffs and rocky outcrops. The wildlife, including nesting sea birds is very rewarding. Pease Bay is a very good surf beach where you will be able to practise your paddling surf skills. This will increase your kayaking skills and confidence. Depending on the weather we may visit the stunning locations of Coldingham, Eyemouth, Burnmouth, Cove. This area is a world class kayaking venue.




Prerequisite (what experience should I have)


  • Suitable for ages 18+
  • The advanced adventure is for people with good kayaking experience. You will have completed one of our kayaking courses or already have a good amount of kayak experience.
  • You will be comfortable paddling in rougher sea conditions (force 4+)
  • Ideally you will have efficient kayak skills, including support stroke




What’s included


  • We provide you with all the paddle-boarding and safety equipment. Wetsuit – please check your wetsuit requirements in the sizing chart below, you will be asked to provide your wetsuit size required during the booking process.
  • Buoyancy aid
  • Kayak, paddle and spray deck (in wet and windy conditions you will be supplied with a cagoule.)
  • Pictures from your session will be available to download from our Flickr account
  • 2 nights camping (pod accommodation) - all camping equipment (excluding sleeping bag)
  • 2 breakfast, 2 x lunch & 1 x evening campfire meal




What should I bring to the adventure?


  • Big fluffy towel and swimwear for under your wetsuit, soft shoes to wear in your kayak that might get wet
  • Sleeping bag
  • Full change of clothes, including warm jumper (for the campsite)
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Warm hat & gloves
  • Torch/headtorch
  • Personal medicine
  • Water bottle (min 1L) ; (hip flask optional 😉)
  • Wash kit/toothbrush etc...
  • Roll of heavy-duty bin bags (for any wet gear)
  • Any preferred snacks




Venue location, parking and your arrival details


We’ll base ourselves at Scoutscroft Leisure Park and accommodating their fabulous camping pods. The pods sleep up to 4 guests. Let us know your preferred sleeping arrangements when you make your booking. The pods provide the fun of camping, and have a few luxuries... TV, heater, electricity and outside seating area. ​Scoutscroft, Coldingham. Berwickshire. TD14 5NA. Located close to the A1, and within an hour drive from Edinburgh.





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