North Sound Sea Kayaking Association provides fun, safety and companionship on the water. Learn more about us on the Info & Membership page. Learn about outings and training opportunities on our events page. And show your paddler's pride with NSSKA-branded clothes and gear. Scroll down to our calendar for a complete list of trips, with details and trip-coordinator contact information.
COVID-19 update. Back on the water!
With local counties entering Phase 2 of the state reopening plan, we are offering day trips again. Watch the Events page for new trips and let Trip Coordinator Steve Phelps know if there’s a trip you’d like to do.
Note that trip leaders will be following these guidelines:
- Small group size, at discretion of trip leader; recommended maximum of eight.
- Each paddler needs to sign a COVID-19 consent form and make sure they do not have any of the COVID-19 symptoms: fever, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, or dry cough, runny nose or sore throat.
- Paddlers will practice social distancing, including wearing a mask during the pre-paddle talk.
We look forward to seeing you!
Coming up soon ...
Wednesday, July 15 -NSSKA late afternoon exercise paddle, 10th Street Docks, Everett. Paddle around Jetty Island. Limit 5 paddlers. Sign up required with Bill Porter.
Sunday, July 19 - Keystone to Ebey Landing. Distance: 9-10 miles. We will paddle from the Keystone Ferry landing up to Ebey Landing, have lunch on the beach under bright sunny skies then return. This paddle is exposed to the weather of Admiralty Inlet, wind, ferry traffic and currents. For signup or information, contact Bill Porter.
Thursday, July 23 - Washington Park (Anacortes) to Friday Harbor. Distance: 20-plus miles in challenging waters. We will cross Rosario Strait for the journey down to the southeast side of Lopez Island. We'll stop at Iceberg Point prior to entering Cattle Pass and make our way up to Friday Harbor to catch the ferry back to Anacortes. Limit: 5 paddlers. For signup or information, contact Bill Porter.
Saturday, July 25 - Snee Oosh to Similk Bay. Distance: 10 miles round trip. Explore North Skagit Bay and Similk Bay. We will paddle by Kukutali Heritage Site on Kiket Island, Skagit Island Marine Park and Hope Island. Potential for winds.Limit: 6 paddlers. For signup or information, contact Tim Hallmark.
Thursday, July 30 - NSSKA evening exercise paddle, 10th Street Docks, Everett. Paddle around Jetty Island. Limit 5 paddlers. Sign up required with Jon Todd.
Watch the Events page for more news about trips!