Row, kayak and SUP for the sea!

Part of International Coastal Cleanup Day 20 kayakers will paddle from Caesarea to Jaffa, Israel this weekend September 18 to 20.

The team of kayakers are supported by the Mare Nostrum Project, which aims to raise awareness of the need to protect the Mediterranean Sea and its coastlines.

The Israeli event “Rowing for a Clear Sea” is part of the activities of International Coastal Cleanup Day on September 20. If you love such events, get your kayak on and learn how to choose the right one for your body and body of water! Top kayaking guides can be found wherever you roam if you are looking to buy one. There are inflatable versions too, like SUP boards.

Participants from the Jaffa Port-based kayaking club Kayak4all and the Mare Nostrum Project will distribute bags and materials to the public to help clean up the beaches, while the kayakers will meet with different citizen and student groups to discuss the importance of keeping the Mediterranean Sea and beaches clean. This is the tenth year that the kayakers have gone out to raise awareness.

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“The sea is a valuable resource that belongs to the public as a whole. Public awareness is key for the protection of the beaches and the sea. The Mare Nostrum Project, a leading Mediterranean-wide project, is happy to take part in the initiative as part of International Coastal Cleanup Day events taking place around the world,” says Prof. Rachelle Alterman.

On the day, sailboats from the Herzliya Sailing Club will join the kayakers for a spectacular sailing flotilla.

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Coastguard volunteers will also take part under the aegis of Israel’s Ministry of Environmental Protection, with top kayaking guides. 

International Coastal Cleanup Day is the world’s largest volunteer effort to clean up the oceans and beaches. Get on board and grab your paddle!

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One thought on “Row, kayak and SUP for the sea!”

  1. Isaac says:

    where is the first picture from?

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