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Paradise Coast Paddlers Club 8th Annual Festival, 2013

See smaller A kayaker works on her bow rudder. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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A kayaker works on her bow rudder. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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  • Lisa Hamburg of Pompano Beach works on her paddling technique. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Instructor Steve Scherrer teaches the fine points of paddling. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Brian Jones prepares to launch his kayak. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Instructor Steve Scherrer, left, keeps the ball flying in a kayaker's game. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The well-dressed paddler - Kathy Green sports spray skirt, PFD and water shoes. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • A kayaker works on her bow rudder. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • One kayaker gets an impromptu lesson in half of an Eskimo roll. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • No, the festival didn't get robbed - you just need extra sun protection out on the waterl The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Instructor Greg Stamer, rear, teaches a class on efficiency of movement. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Paddlers gather to hear Steve Scherrer's lesson. The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club hosted their 8th annual Kayak Festival on Sunday, at the Capri Fish House restaurant on Isles of Capri, and the waters of Johnson's Bay.  Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

The Paradise Coast Paddlers Club 8th Annual Festival, held last weekend in Isles of Capri, is the Swiss army knife of paddling events. The festival includes something for everybody, from sea kayakers to paddle boarders to camp cooking enthusiasts, from beginners just “getting their feet wet” to grizzled veterans of the kayak world. Even surf skis were represented.

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