Group Kayaking

No other craft get you closer to the coast, Glide along our incredible coastline and explore the beautiful rock formations, caves and crystal clear waters.

Choose from a low-impact, floating cruise from bay to bay on sit-on-top kayaks, uncovering the hidden gems that remain unseen from other boats or the shore or go all out with a sea-kayaking excursion to remote sections of the Pembrokeshire Coast. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What sort of kayaks do TYF provide?

TYF use a variety of different kayaks:

Our sit-on-top kayaks are our most popular option and great for newcomers to the sport

Sea kayaks are perfect for more adventurous and experienced paddlers. 

Our selection of playboats are shorter closed cockpit kayaks that are designed for surf.

How long is a kayaking session?

Our standard kayaking are 3.5 hours long from start to finish. This includes the time spent doing a safety briefing, getting kitted up in the water. 

You can expect to be in the water for around 1.5 to 2 hours. 

What equipment do I need?

You Bring

  • Swimwear

  • Towel

  • A sturdy pair of old trainers (NOT wetsuit boots or neoprene beach shoes)

TYF Provide

  • Helmet

  • 3:2mm summer wetsuit

  • Buoyancy aid

  • Wetsuit socks, gloves and hoods in the winter months 

  • Kayak & Paddle

What if I can't swim?

When kayaking you have to wear a buoyancy aid, so being able to swim is not a requirement. We run these sessions at a small ratio of 1 guide to 8 participants which enables close support and supervision. 

How many people are there on each session?

Our kayaking sessions run on a ratio of 1 guide to 8 students. Group sizes larger than 24 will be split into smaller groups and run on 30 minute staggers. 

What locations do you run kayaking from?

Our main kayaking location is at Porthclais however we also operate from Solva Harbour, Fishguard and further afield too.