Although he may be too modest to admit it, Paul is one of the most experienced Sea Kayakers you will meet.
My mother purchased me my first wooden framed canvas covered kayak at the age of 11. I quickly dumped my wooden paddle board and took up the much faster kayak. Since then I have never lost the passion for kayaking. There is always more to see, learn or experience. Some of the best paddling to be found is up here, where the Great Barrier Reef comes in and touches the Daintree Rainforest. It is the perfect region for Sea Kayak tours."
He has decades of experience as a trainer, competitor and expedition member. Some highlights include, Arctic Sea Kayak Race a 200 km race through the Arctic. The first Australian to paddle at Cape Horn, South America, Buccaneer Archipelago Kayak Expedition, 6 weeks living out of our kayaks in the(Kimberley Region), add paddles in Chile, Argentina, North America, Gulf of Mexico, Canada, West Coast of England to the kayaking mix and you have found a real kayaking nut. I just love to see beginners find that real spirt of adventure and take up kayaking as their sport, it could be white water kayaking, sea kayaking, surf kayaking its all fantastic fun.
Paul has also run countless tours, and sea kayaking courses and introduced hundreds of people to kayaking. He has a bad habbit of collecting classic sea kayaks and making Alex paddle them.