Kayaking Coastal Maine

Author: Richard Fleming
Editor: Seaworthy Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9781948494489
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For more than 40 years, author Richard Fleming has sailed, rowed and kayaked along the Maine Coast. As a professional sea kayaking guide, he has shared his vast knowledge of some of the most beautiful parts of the Maine coastline. Frequently, during his work as a guide, clients wanted to know more about the history of the places visited and attempting to answer these queries, Richard developed a deep appreciation of Maine¿s rich maritime heritage.In the series Kayaking Through History, the author uses kayaking trips to explore the history of the islands and coastline. Each book in the series covers a different part of the historic Maine Coast, along with detailed trip recommendations, paddling instructions and historical information. In addition, each book contains maps and local knowledge relevant to paddlers such as camping and landing information, rules and regulations, tables, GPS coordinates, distances and photos.Let Kayaking Through History be your paddling guide to the beautiful coast of Maine.
Kayaking Coastal Maine
Language: en
Pages:
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