Gripping stories of what can happen when safety is left on shore
- 27 stories of kayaking accidents that could have been avoided
- Written by Christopher Cunningham, a recognized authority on sea kayaking
- Follow-up to Sea Kayaker’s Deep Trouble, which sold more than 26,000 copies
- Includes advice, tips and perspective from the new generation of cruising kayakers
- ‘The most interesting and relevant book yet on sea kayaking.’–Cathy Chute, Paddler About the Author
Christopher Cunningham has been the editor of Sea Kayaker magazine since 1989 and was the editor of the first volume of Deep Trouble. His accounts of his boat travels and articles on boatbuilding have been published in Sea Kayaker, WoodenBoat, Nor’westing and Small Boat Journal as well as two anthologies: Oyo and Seekers of the Horizon. He is the author of Building the Greenland Kayak: A Manual for Its Construction and Use.