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TIDAL CURRENTS

What's happening on the water with Seascape.

World Ocean Day

World Ocean Day Kayak Rendezvous - June 08, 2024

Seascape is hosting a paddlers’ gathering to celebrate World Oceans Day on June 08, 2024

The guided trip will be a wonderful exploration of the West Isles region of the Bay of Fundy. It will also be an 

opportunity to learn more about the proposed The West Isles and Passages Marine Protected Area (MPA).

Come paddle with us, learn about the proposed MPA and experience its beauty. 

Cost: $110.00 including boat and safety equipment / $85.00 with your own boat and equipment. 

Launch Time: 10am until 3pm 

Launch Locations:

Deer Island: Seascape, 40 NW Harbour Road Richardson 

Campobello Island: Pollock Cove 

Reservation Deadline: June 03 

Please bring lunch, water and snacks.

Paddling the West Isles and Passages

Paddling the West Isles and Passages

In 2023 we launched Rivers to Ocean (R2O), a week-long sea kayak expedition to bring awareness to Passamaquoddy Bay and the West Fundy Isles. We connected with coastal communities surrounding Passamaquoddy Bay in three Nations: Sipayik, Passamaquoddy Nation, New Brunswick, Canada and Maine, USA. People came together to share their love for the Bay and to make a commitment to work together towards developing lasting protection for this incredible marine ecosystem. 

This year, we’re doing a similar trip and are opening it up for committed paddlers. The 6 Day/5 Night kayaking and camping expedition is a circumnavigation of Passamaquoddy Bay and the West Isles region of the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick. This area is currently being considered for designation as a Marine Protected Area (MPA) by Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada.

We will explore the area’s rich marine biodiversity, indigenous and non-indigenous culture and history. This journey will touch your spirit and soul. The awareness generated from the expedition will be used to support marine education, protection and conservation efforts in Passamaquoddy Bay and the West Isles.

 

We are inviting a small group of paddlers to join us. If you are an intermediate paddler who is passionate about wildlife and marine conservation, this will be a transformative experience for you. 

Paddling the West Isles and Passages

AUGUST
23-29

$2,895

USD plus tax pp
($3950 CAN plus tax pp)

Reservation Deadline: June 03 - Space is limited.

+1 (506) 747-1884

The cost will include:

Guides

Kayaks and related equipment

Meals from Day 1 lunch until lunch on Day 6

Group camping equipment and tents

Communication and safety equipment

ON THE HORIZON

Seascape is an ecotourism company that continues to create life-changing experiences. These adventures include elements of personal spiritual growth, healing and the protection of our oceans. On the Horizon will feature programs currently in development. Soul Flow Experiences will launch in late 2024 and 2025.

On the Horizon with Seascape
Seascape Soulflow
"We need to heal ourselves if we are to help the Earth to heal"

Soul Flow Experiences

Soul Flow Experiences are designed to touch people in many ways and on many levels. Each experience is unique and includes elements of nature connection and immersion, meditation, mindfulness, grounding, yoga, Indigenous ceremony and spirituality, wildlife observation, ocean kayaking, hiking, swimming and snorkeling, conservation initiatives and wonderful, healthy, organic meals. The journey begins with connecting with self and then flows to feeling Mother Earth and sharing these special connections with others in the circle. A final element is an act of giving back. 

 

Soul Flow Experiences will initially be offered in the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. The experiences will be six days in length and involve immersion in both forest and ocean environments. A wonderful team of local and international facilitators will breathe life into these special journeys. Additional information including detailed itineraries, dates and pricing will be forthcoming. 

- THICH NHAT HANH

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