Kayak Trips Set to Explore Point

Courtesy photo Kayakers can enjoy the feeling of being dwarfed by the Navy ships docked at Alameda Point

 

Stacked Adventures, an outdoor guide, gear and concierge service in Alameda, is organizing another special kayak tour of Seaplane Lagoon on Sunday, Oct. 30. 

The tour is designed to inform the participants about upcoming Alameda Point development projects. Those who sign up will kayak past the Navy’s Reserve fleet, MARAD, and the USS Hornet, then paddle out to the breakwater enjoying the sea breeze, marine life and scenic views of the Bay Area. 

This is the second tour of Seaplane Lagoon Stacked Adventures has put together in recent weeks. They also held a tour on Aug. 27. 

Tours will run from 9 to 11 a.m. Tour participants must be 18 years or older. The cost is $40 per person or $70 per couple. 

A minimum of eight people per session are needed to run each program, with a maximum of 20 per round. If enrollment is below minimum two days before the event, sessions will be cancelled and refunds will be issued. The tour group will meet at the Monarch Street entrance to the taxiway approximate address: 1951 Monarch St. (make a left on Monarch from West Tower and follow through the fence, the taxiway will be on the right). 

Visit www.eventbrite.com to sign up. For more information, call (415) 294-1972 or visit www.stackedadventures.com.