The stormy seas and gale force winds around Tasmania provide a challenge for any boat. What, then, possessed 3 young women to try to seakayak around the 850 mile Australian island? 40 minute award winning warts-and-all documentary.
The stormy seas and gale force winds around Tasmania provide a challenge for any boat. What, then, possessed 3 young women to try to seakayak around the 850 mile Australian island? In this warts-and-all documentary, award winning adventure filmmaker Justine Curgenven gives a real insight into the highs and lows of a challenging expedition. You feel like you are there in the kayak as the girls battle through 3-storey high swells on the exposed SouthWest coast and heave their 100kilo kayaks over drying-out sandbanks. They resort to 4am starts to try to beat the constant headwinds but still they endure the heartache of turning back against a gale force storm.
Winner of best adventure sports film at the Wanaka Mountain Film Festival & 2nd place at the biggest European kayaking film festival. Finalist at Kendal Mountain Film Festival, Llamff & the Riverkeepers Film Festival in NC, USA.
40 minutes. 570MB. 4 x 3.
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