FAQs for On Water Programs
Thank you for considering Savannah Canoe and Kayak for your on water adventure. Here are a few helpful tips to help you.
All on-water programs meet at area boat ramps. Meet your guide/instructor 15 minutes before the program start time. There is a link on our website called Maps with an address, map, and directions to all of the boat ramps in our area that we utilize for our programs.
Items to bring:
Drinking water (at least 24 oz per person)
Sun protection (Sunscreen, Hat)
Water resistant camera
Eye glasses tether cord (Optional)
Small dry bag (Optional)
What to wear: Protective footwear that can get wet
Clothing Suggestions for Spring/Summer: Synthetic or quick dry clothing
Clothing for sun protection
Clothing Suggestions for Fall/Winter: Rain jacket/paddling jacket
Fleece Synthetic or quick dry clothing
Your guide/Instructor will have a shared dry bag for the group to safely store cell phones, keys, wallets, snacks.. etc.
By making this reservation, you are entering a binding contract with Savannah Canoe and Kayak. If you cancel, or make any changes to your reservation, we require 3 days notice prior to the date of your program. Within the 3 day period this reservation is non-refundable and non-transferable. We reserve the right to cancel your program at any time due to weather considerations. This decision is the sole responsibility of Savannah Canoe and Kayak. In the event of a weather cancellation, we will contact you at the number previously provided. You are then eligible for a full refund or a reschedule. You need to check in with your guide on time, at least 15 minutes prior to your program. Failure to do so will result in a forfeiture of your reservation, and therefore your entitlement to a refund or reschedule.
ONLY FOR TYBEE ISLAND/ALLEY #3 TRIPS: Recommendations for parking on Tybee Island. If the parking lot at Alley 3 is full (and it often is), additional parking is available at Fisherman's Walk. You can park here and walk back to Alley 3 either on Chatham Avenue or along the beach, which is accessible from the fishing pier. Also, a restroom is located at the entrance to the fishing pier. If the parking at both Alley 3 and Fisherman's Walk are full, parking at Inlet Avenue is your next best option. If all three parking lots are full, check with your guide or instructor for additional parking options.
If you have any questions, please call (912) 341-9502. Thank you so much! Looking forward to seeing you on the water!