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#1 of 6 Tours in Fenwick Island
Certificate of Excellence 2019
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Kayak
Beautiful trip! Would recommend this outing! Todd was a great guide! Very accommodating, knowledgeable sharing history and wildlife knowledge along the way!!
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Nature Sail
I booked a nature sail for my Dad on the Friday morning of our trip this year. Mitch took us out on a hobie cat. It had side rails that made it very comfortable for passengers. He was a great guide...
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Great tour
Recommend this tour for beginners through experienced kayakers. Knowledgeable, friendly guide able to answer all questions. Good,safe equipment.
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Coastal Kayak

Memorial Day – Labor Day
Open Daily: 9:00am – 6:00pm
 
April 1 – Memorial Day, Labor Day – October 31
Hours vary depending on weather.  Please call 302.539.7999.
36840 Coastal Hwy, Fenwick Island, DE 19944
(302) 539-7999

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Coastal Kayak is the most experienced kayak company at the beach! This is our 19th year of providing entertaining and educational guided eco-tours and instruction with the most highly trained staff and best equipment in the area.
 
 
Our on-water location is the ideal place for launching for your adventure. We are located just north of Fenwick Island, Delaware (1 mile north of Ocean City, MD; 3 miles south of Bethany Beach, 15 miles south of Dewey/Rehoboth). The shallow, warm waters of our bay (Little Assawoman Bay) is a great place for beginners. We don’t have nearly as much boat traffic as the other bays in the area and, because of the shallow water, we don’t have a lot of tidal currents. And our bayside beach makes getting in and out of your kayak/paddleboard/catamaran a piece of cake!  Little Assawoman Bay provides many paddling options. Paddle south to the town of Fenwick Island to explore its lovely canalside homes. Paddle north towards Bethany to explore Daisey Marsh. Point of Cedars Island is 3/4 mile from our shore and is home to many different birds, or paddle to the landings of the Assawoman Wildlife Refuge with a picnic lunch and spend a few hours exploring its many cuts and ponds.
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