Henry Brothers Kayak Expedition

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Henry Brothers Kayak Expedition – The Amazon to Florida

Russell and Graham Henry will embark on likely the longest distance, single expedition in Current Designs Kayaks history: a 4000 mile journey from the mouth of the Amazon River to Florida. This route includes shorelines with Brazil, French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St Martin, St. Maarten, Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, American Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Turks and Caicos Islands, The Bahamas, and finishing in America. 

Current Designs and its parent company, Wenonah Canoe, Inc. are proud sponsors of the Henry Brothers Kayak Expedition. Russell and Graham both chose the Current Design Nomad GTS for this epic journey. The Nomad GTS offering the ideal marriage of dependability, capacity, sea worthiness and efficiency need for this expedition. The Henrys are very well familiar with Current Designs Kayaks as the brand was founded by their father Brian Henry thirty years ago this spring. The actual kayaks being paddled by the Henrys are typical Current Designs constructions available through specialty retailers the world over. 

To learn more about this truly great adventure, see: http://www.henrykayak.com/#

Also, you can follow the journey on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/henrykayak

About Russell and Graham Henry: 

Growing up in Victoria BC, Russell, 21, and Graham, 22, have been partners in crime since their earliest days of exploration. Motivated and ambitious young men, Russell and Graham are often backcountry skiing, trekking, canoeing, and climbing. However, raised by prominent members of the kayak community they have been kayaking as long as they can remember and this is where their true abilities lie. 

About Wenonah Canoe, Inc.

Established formally in 1968 in Winona, Minnesota, Wenonah Canoe has roots reaching back to the 1950's. The company is the outgrowth of a lifelong devotion to paddling by Mike Cichanowski, who began canoeing as a young Boy Scout. Cichanowski’s passion manifested itself into a life’s business while he was still in college. Today, Wenonah Canoe along with the Current Designs and QCC kayaks brands position themselves among the largest makers of paddle sport watercraft in the world, emphasizing ultra-light yet extremely robust constructions and high-performance models. Nearly 400 knowledgeable paddle sports retailers throughout the world distribute their boats and accessories.

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