Paddlers are always looking for new, cooler and more challenging places to paddle. More often then not it is the whitewater paddlers that are pushing into the roughest and biggest water possible.
This group of sea kayakers is intentionally seeking out some of the ocean’s most turbulent water, tidal races. A tidal race is essentially a river located in the sea. A flow of water created by the tides. As the flow moves through constrictions in the sea beds it creates rapids, turbulence and whirlpools.