The club owns a wide range of equipment and also has access to equipment that belongs to Shadwell Basin.
When we paddle on the basin, we have access to about 40 Shadwell Basin boats suitable for learning, open boats and also further sea kayaks. We have a stock of assorted paddles to match our boats and on a busy night can also use the Shadwell Basin's paddles.
We have a few spray decks and buoyancy aids and access to more that belong to Shadwell Basin.
The club does not provide thermals, wetsuits or shoes, so people paddling in the colder months are advised to buy some basic kit of their own.
The Equipment Officer is responsible for ensuring that equipment could be correctly put away.
- The Equipment Officer is not responsible for ensuring that equipment is correctly put away.
- This is the responsibility of every club member and especially the person who last used the equipment.
Anyone discovering that boat or equipment is faulty should report this by logging into the inventory, finding the item and raising a fault report.
- The Equipment Officer is not responsible for mending all broken equipment.
- This is the responsibility of every club member and especially the person who broke the equipment.