This website is our main information source for Atlantic Kayak Tours. It gets updated weekly during the season. We have a Brochure, Catalog and Registration Form and more to download in PDF format on the Literature page.
In 1998 we published our first website on AOL using free tools. In 2000 we made the move to www.AtlanticKayakTours.com. We have continued to keep the site up to date and easy to navigate. As it has a few hundred pages, it takes some looking around to find everything. The main information is always located on the left navigation bar. Additional links are at the bottom of each page. The search box is also helpful to find things. When all else fails send an e-mail or give us a call.
Bob Volin's continued work on the Expert Center has made it into one of the most useful kayaking websites. New articles are always in the works, by many different known paddlers.
E-mail us what you think about the site and how we can make it better. We would like to know the two things you like most about the site and the two things you would like added or changed to the site. Also let us know how we can make it better or if you have any problems with it.
How to Surf the Site
The red menu buttons at the left side menu takes you to the different major sections. The gray buttons take you directly to the most requested pages. Use the navigation tabs at the top of most pages to move to each category. The site was designed to have most information found within three clicks.
Lodging Information Icon.
Link to Restaurant information.
Link to history information website or page.
Click for a photo Icon.
Adobe Acrobat PDF file of the syllabus.
3.0 - You need to take a taxi from the train station. Number represents the mileage.
The train and taxi phone numbers are in the trip descriptions you receive with registration.
Link to Program Accessibility Information.