The event will be led by Jim Kennedy, local expert and owner of Atlantic Sea Kayaking. It will take place at 9pm on Wednesday, 17th May and will last approximately 3 hours. It is gentle and atmospheric, and is suitable for beginners.
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“There is always something to make you gasp on the moonlight kayak trip, whether it be the silhouette of the seabirds on the bank, the red sunset, the whole panoply of stars overhead, the moonlight reflected on the water, or, at certain times of year, the astonishing bio-luminescence.
About Lough Hyne
Located 5km from Skibbereen, Lough Hyne is a seawater lake renowned for its extraordinary biodiversity and unique habitats. It was a freshwater lake up until 4,000 years ago, when sea levels rose and flooded it with salty ocean water through a narrow creek known as ‘The Rapids’.