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Virginia Beach two-night boating trip


We plan to arrive late afternoon on June 26th check in (motel to be determined) and get together for dinner. Tuesday morning we might paddle the First Landing State Park area. Wednesday it could be the waters of Back Bay, then we'll return home.

We plan to use the services of Kayak Nature Tours who specialize in guided wildlife tours, especially dolphin watching! Virginia Beach offers a wide variety of interests and activities.

If you are interested in this trip, please let us know ASAP by emailing boating@wtgsportingclub.org.

Important:
The starting and ending times listed in the WSC calendar on boating events are rough estimates
. Plans are subject to change as dictated by weather and water levels. Check your email for announced specifics on where we’ll meeting, etc., or email boating@wtgsportingclub.org to confirm specifics.

For most WSC outings you should figure on bringing a picnic lunch. Depending on what time of day we’re off the water we often gather for a social hour and group dinner at a nearby restaurant.

Final details are typically emailed about a week prior to each outing. Our outings are scheduled for weekdays in order to avoid crowds, especially during July-August.

The club owns two sit-inside kayaks, a sit-on-top kayak, and a two-person canoe along with paddles and floatation vests. WSC members are welcome to borrow boats from the club for our scheduled outings, or whenever they’re needed. (Rockfish Gap Outfitters on the east side of Waynesboro also rents kayaks.) Email us at boating@wtgsportingclub.org.

WSC has a six-boat trailer. On club outings we’re glad to transport members' boats along with our own. And members are welcome to borrow the club's trailer. You'll need a vehicle with a hitch and electric hookup for the brake lights.

In addition to these scheduled trips, impromptu paddles can be announced from time to time whenever we (or you) get the “itch” to be out on the water. Members are invited to contact the group leaders to use our email network to put together an event themselves.