CSKNet is a network rather than a club, that is we don’t have membership fees, a constitution or elected officers.
There are organised trips and an annual training weekend. These are all free.
‘Members’ give their time to provide CSKNet services.
To become a ‘member’, to receive notices of meetings and events, you need to provide your e-mail address to the notice sender or to the Club Contact.
Advertising is limited to members selling their gear, the occasional sale or new shop opening so that you know where to get the latest gear.
Other than “acts of God” (see the film staring Billy Connolly, “The Man Who Sued God” ), you are ultimately responsible for your own safety. If conditions are such that you are not willing to paddle solo, be prepared to not go, or to turn back. Always let those paddling with you know your decision.
Where: PaddlerZone, 311 Blenheim Road
When: Third Wednesday of the month, starting at 7.30 p.m. (not December, January, February or March)
Due to Covid-19 lock-downs these have not been run. Announcement of meetings is by email to those who have registered (free).
Wednesday Morning Paddle
Meet at CASS BAY each Wednesday morning, on the water 9.30 a.m. .
Bring morning tea and something to drink – back at Cass Bay around midday.
Wednesday Evening Paddle (Summer time)
Meet at various places – 6.00 p.m. (on the water 6.30 p.m.)
See the Documents tab for the pdf version of the 2019 – 2020 summer (daylight Saving period) paddling programme, often meeting at Cass Bay. Includes some weekend trips.
Dawn, Lyttelton Harbour – by J K-A
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NOTE – some of the material on this website is also on the KASK website, most of it there with broken links and missing pages. KASK claim to own outright anything on their website.
There is the claim that their material is “By Jacquie James”. All of it was written a decade before she ever knew what a kayak was.