Shelter Island Jungle Cruise, Liberty Station, Optional Lunch at Mitch’s

April 30, 2022 @ 8:30 am
Grace Beach, Shelter Island
2200 Shelter Island Dr.
San Diego

The forecast is looking nicer than it was earlier in the week. A Shelter Island paddle was suggested which sounded good, and then this paddle was suggested.

The plan is to meet around 8:30 at Shelter Island for a 9:00 launch. Bring money if you would like to join us for the lunch part of this paddle.
We’ll paddle around the back of Shelter Island for a jungle cruise. We’ll be paddling between the docks and the shore and underneath the dock ramps. This takes us back by Humphry’s and all the big yachts docked back there.

Then we’ll paddle back out and pass our launch point on the way up to Liberty Station. There, we can stop and get out for a little stretch if anyone would like to do that. We’ll have planes taking off from the airport right over our heads.

On the way back, we can stop at the little beach next to Mitch’s for lunch. They have some of the freshest tasting seafood in San Diego.
If you don’t have time to join us for lunch, it’s a very short distance back to the launch point.

Disclaimer: We will have experienced paddlers on this trip, but they will not be responsible for telling you what is or is not safe for you to do. We watch out for one another and assist one another, but all individuals are responsible for, and manage their own safety. This responsibility includes assessing your gear, skill level, and physical conditioning relative to conditions and location, as well as making decisions about what you will or will not do. Participants acknowledge that kayaking on the open sea or bay is inherently dangerous and can lead to physical injury including death as well as property damage. Participants, on their behalf and on behalf of their heirs and assignees, agree to hold the announcers and other participants blameless in the event of such injury, damage or death. Please join us if you want to mildly stretch your capabilities, but please stay home if you would be wildly stretching them. Participants should have bracing skills, be able to self-rescue and assist in the rescue of others.

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