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 Export to Your Calendar 12/27/2017 to 12/30/2017
When: Wednesday, December 27, 2017
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San Diego Canoe and Kayak Team Boathouse
1750 Fiesta Island Road
San Diego, California 
United States
Contact: Christophe Chevallier

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Who: All paddlers, from 13 to 23 seeking to develop their skills.  Each paddler must have current ACA membership  

 

What: Intensive Paddling Camp involving Canoes and Kayaks, individual and team boats, as well as strength and conditioning, Surfski, SUP, Paddle Board, Running, Weight Room ... and FUN!! 

 

When should Out-of-town paddlers arrive? Out-of-town paddlers should arrive on December 26th and depart on December 31st.  The dorm will be available on both Dec. 26th and 30th.  For out-of-town paddlers requiring airport pick-up/drop-off, please attempt to arrive between noon and 6pm on December 26th, and depart between 9am and 1pm on December 31st.

 

Do I need to bring my own boat? 

  • SDCKT boats and paddles will be available to all campers.  Boat assignment will be done based on paddler skills.
  • Please note that we have limited number and choice of Canoe
  • If you want to use your own boat, we have ample trailer parking available
  • You may bring your own paddle.   

What is included in the overnight camp?

 Overnight camp includes lodging in dormitories and all meals and snacks

 

What will be a typical day like for overnight campers?

  • 7:00/7:30: wake up
  • 7:45: breakfast
  • 8:45: day campers arrive 
  • 9:00 to 12:00: morning practice
  • 12:00 to 13:30: lunch
  • 13:30 to 16:30: afternoon practice
  • 16:45: day campers picked-up  
  • 18:00: diner/Evening Activities
  • 22:00: lights out

Overnight campers will have access to a common room for games and socializing, outside of the practice time. Lunch and snacks will be provided to all paddlers, either day or overnight campers.

 

How do I upgrade from a day camper to overnight camper?

 You will need to go back the registration page, and sign-up for the upgrade.  Please contact us (cchevallier@sdckt.net) to get the registration code required for the upgrade.

 

May parents attend the camp?

The camp is designed for paddlers from 13 to 23 years old. However, if you are interested in staying at the camp with your paddlers, you are welcome.You will stay with the paddlers in the dorms, participate to all the off-the-water activities.  We may request your help for the day-to-day logistics. Parents may use any of the club equipment, as long as it does not interfere with the camp, but no formal practice will be arranged for the chaperones.   All parents who want to use the club equipment will be required to be ACA members and sign the required waivers.

 

When is the deadline to register? 

The registration will close when 25 paddlers are registered. Register early to secure your spot!

 

When do I need to pay?

 You will need to pay before the beginning of the camp, but our preference would be for you to pay by end of November.

 

What are the dorms like? What do I need to bring?

 The dorms are gender - separated cabin- type accommodations with bunk beds.  We recommend you bring a warm sleeping bag and pillow. Even if San Diego weather is mild in the winter, we recommend you bring some warm clothing, as well as wet-weather clothing.  We will send a detailed packing list to all participants in advance.

 

What if a paddler has allergies or dietary restrictions?

 Please communicate with us in advance regarding any allergies or dietary restrictions, and we will do our best to accommodate

 

For more information or questions, please contact Christophe Chevallier cchevallier@sdckt.net 

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