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30.10.2015
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The Downtown Boathouse and the Hudson River Paddlers Guild invite you to the New York City premiere of "Eastern Horizons," an award-winning sea kayaking adventure film.
Meet filmmaker Bryan Smith and New York paddling community's own Marcus Demuth, who will make a presentation on his record-setting first kayak circumnavigation of the Falkland Islands. From local news to politics to entertainment and sports, the twice daily Right Now eNewsletter has all of the New Jersey news you need! Lately, I’ve embraced a philosophy of “stepping out.” Sometimes that means harder runs, or tackling trickier expeditions like the Powell Pilgrimage.
From the Mag (C&K Winter 2016): Sam Sutton blurs through the first of three cracks in the “Eyes of God” gorge of Kyrgyzstan’s Sary-Jaz River. A half a million shares, 75,387 Facebook likes, and tens of millions of views paints the picture: the snow kayaking footage from the ‘90s shot by ski filmmaker Warren Miller is as viral as it gets.
Film by Will Stauffer-Norris and NRS Films “You’ve got to believe in the power of the river to take care of itself.
In my book, nothing on the planet matches self-propelled boats and water for the spectrum of gratifications; from thrills to serenity, and from awe to that delicious touch of terror. Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe and Queens Commissioner Dorothy Lewandowski celebrated the official launch of the NYC Water Trail Map & Guide by cutting the ribbon with Going Coastal’s Barbara La Rocca, the state Office of Parks’ Rachel Gordon, Hudson River Valley Greenway’s Mary Mangione, the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance and members of the canoe and kayak community.
Last March, Commissioner Lewandowski, a water sports enthusiast and accomplished kayaker, led the effort to develop New York City’s water trails.


Before planes, trains and automobiles…it was boats that carried people from one place to another by way of rivers, lakes and oceans. The NYC Water Trail will provide information on safe and legal access to the waters surrounding all five boroughs of New York City.
This spring and summer, Parks will be collecting information, surveying conditions, photographing, and writing narratives. The map is a gateway to a premier recreational experience providing miles of access to paddling for New Yorkers and an exciting new way for visitors to experience the Big Apple.Parks will be working with the Hudson River Watertrail Association, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance and American Canoe Association. In partnership with Going Coastal, Parks developed a New York City Water Trail Map & Guide, which identifies 28 locations throughout the City where New Yorkers can legally canoe and kayak.
The guide was funded by a $5,000 grant from Explore NY, a program supports the development of promotional programs using a specific thematic relationship between partners and tourism assets to generate new visitor revenue. Over the past year, the canoe and kayak communities helped Parks gather information on safe launch and landing areas throughout the City. It didn’t happen, and many a canoeist was among those who scoffed at the Mayans and their silly doomsday predictions.
The map and guide features 28 kayak and canoe launch sites throughout the City and it was edited by New School Assistant Professor Robert Buchanan.
New York City is surrounded by such bodies of water, yet its shorelines have been largely dominated by commerce and industry for centuries. The project will identify park launch sites, as well as connect those to non-park launch sites.


There are currently 18 existing public canoe and kayak launch sites on parkland with an additional 11 sites in planning and nearly 20 identified as potential sites.
This project will rely on volunteers who understand and use the waters of New York City, as well as those who can provide information on the history, geology and points of interest along the trail. The project received in-kind support and technical assistance from Partnerships for Parks, the City’s Department of Environmental Preservation and West Marine.
From the rich marshes in North Carolina to the icebergs in Newfoundland and from the urban landscape of New York City to the remote fishing villages of the Magdalene Islands; the film features a major segment shot right here in New York City with local paddlers. The guide will also provide recreational, educational and scenic opportunities on each leg of the trail. Borough Commissioner Lewandowski plans to travel each leg, along with project volunteers, to document the trail. Bloomberg’s highest priorities is to restore access to the City’s waterfronts and interpret the rich history of its shoreline.
Once all of the information is gathered, work on the website development of the guide will begin—with hopes to launch in the spring of 2008.



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