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Coastal Kayak

  • Water Sports
  • Attractions
36840 Coastal Hwy.
Fenwick Island, DE 19944
(302) 539-7999
Hours:
7 days/week 9 - 6 Memorial Day - Labor Day
call for hours in off-season

About Us

Coastal Kayak is in it's 22th year of offering guided eco-tours, kayak, stand-up paddleboard and sailboat rentals and instruction. The most experienced staff on Delmarva and possibly the east coast read more
  • About

    Coastal Kayak is in it's 22th year of offering guided eco-tours, kayak, stand-up paddleboard and sailboat rentals and instruction. The most experienced staff on Delmarva and possibly the east coast with numerous ACA certified kayak and SUP instructors. Take advantage of Coastal Kayak's prime location right on the bay between Fenwick, Island and Bethany Beach with free parking and a nice sandy beach. Choose between over 150 kayaks, 80 stand-up paddleboards and Hobie sailboats.

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  • Jobs

    Beach Staff/Office Staff
    Category: Sports and Recreation
    Are you a motivated hard-worker interested in kayaking, paddleboarding, and sailing? Coastal Kayak in Fenwick Island, Delaware is hiring for the Summer of 2018! If you don't have any experience but are willing to learn, we can train you! Part-time and full-time availablie. Application and job descriptions are available at https://coastalkayak.com/coastal-kayak-job-opportunities/

    Contact

    Jenifer
    Phone:(302) 539-7999
    Kayak Tour Guides
    Category: Sports and Recreation
    Coastal Kayak in Fenwick Island, Delaware is hiring lead kayak tour guides for the Summer of 2018! Lead guides must be ACA certified kayak instructors or assessed trip leaders (or similarly trained). ACA certification will be offered for those with some experience who aren't certified but are eager and willing to put in the time to learn. Part-time and full-time availablie. Application and job ...read more

    Contact

    Jenifer
    Phone:(302) 539-7999
  • Directions

    3 miles south of Bethany Beach and 1.5 miles north of Ocean City on Rt. 1, directly across the street from the Fenwick Island State Park Bath house.