City Kayak offers kayak and standup paddle board related services;tour, trip, rental, class, repair, storage, sale
City Kayak40 PierSouth Beach HarborSan Francisco, CaliforniaPhone: 415-294-1050http://citykayak.comContact City Kayak
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If you are comfortable with kayaking or stand up paddleboarding, renting the equipments would be a great option to explore San Francisco waterfront. Reserve a boat and go for a paddle.
Reserve kayaks for your trip to Yosemite or beyond.Items like inflatable kayak, SUP(stand up paddle board), canoe, or cargo box can be reserved.
This trip explores scenic route of San Francisco waterfront. REQUIREMENTPrevious kayaking experience within 3 years is required. Recommended weight range is between 90lbs to 200lbs.
Paddle to McCovey Cove, home of The San Francisco Giant's Splash Hit.The preset price is good until the end of the game or sunset (whichever comes first).
We paddle on the quiet waters of the San Francisco Bay. The waterfront near South Beach Harbor and Mission Creek is a hidden gem. You will paddle under draw bridges and AT&T Ball Park, known as McCovey Cove.
Enjoy spectacular views while paddling the world-class San Francisco waterfront on either recreational touring or sea touring kayaks. Walk-in price is $87 for adults and $78 for youth.
Paddle along the San Francisco waterfront at full moon rise. Previous kayaking experience within 3 years is required.
We paddle to McCovey Cove for an evening ball game.There are fireworks show after the ball game on 4/6 Friday and 6/22 Friday.
Join a youth summer camp. It is a week-long fun and learning activities for age 8 and up. The program includes kayaking, standup paddle boarding, canoeing, and small boat sailing.
We will learn how to paddle a kayak in a quiet water.This kayaking session is suitable for first time paddlers and families. No paddling experience is required, and beginners are welcome.
Learn the basic maneuvers on a SUP(Stand Up Paddleboard). This SUP session is suitable for first time paddlers and families. No paddling experience is required, and beginners are welcome.
This class is Part 1 of essential seakayaking skills valuable for San Francisco bay.Part 2 Reentry 301 must be taken to be able to rent a touring kayak at most outfitters.
Part 2 of essential seakayaking skills- reentry to a seatouring kayak is covered in this session. Reentry is a requirement in renting a seatouring kayak from most outfitters.
A good Eskimo roll enhances your kayaking safety. You can also venture out to exciting and fun conditions like chops, surf, and whitewater.This session is done at the aquatic pool in YMCA Embarcadero.
Learn the basics of paddling a surfski- an extremely fast kayak that can handle difficult ocean conditions, like waves and wind.