World Oceans Day “Our Sanctuary Paddle Out “ Saturday June 8th Monterey, CA
A paddle-out organized by a handful ocean businesses and environmental groups will be putting on a event aimed to empower and educate our Monterey Bay Ocean communities.
Be present with others that are passionate about protecting our liquid sanctuary. We need to create a cultural shift in protecting our ocean environment and the Monterey Bay is ground zero.
Time : 9:00am to 11:00am Rain or Shine
What time should I arrive ? 8:00am if you’re bringing your own gear . Monterey Bay Kayaks will open at 8:30am for those renting gear.
Location: Monterey Municipal Beach located directly behind Monterey Bay Kayaks
Metered Parking Lots at Fishermans Wharf Adjacent to Beach.
Monterey Bay Kayaks https://www.montereybaykayaks.
693 Del Monte Avenue Monterey, CA
Monterey Bay Kayaks is offering a discounted rental rate of $15 per person (participating in paddle out)
You must prebook by June 7th. Questions regarding call 831-373-5357
Monterey Bay Kayaks will also provide FREE aluminum water bottles for renters and tours on World Oceans Day .
ALL RENTERS WILL GO THROUGH A SAFETY ORIENTATION PRIOR TO PADDLE OUT ( ON THE BEACH ) between 9:00-9:30am
I am bringing my own gear what is appropriate to use for the paddle out?
Surfboard, Kayak, Sea-Kayak, Stand Up Paddle Board, Prone Paddle Board, Surf Ski, OC-1, OC-2, 6 man Outrigger etc. Human powered water craft.
Can I drop my gear / board close to the beach?
Yes. Pull down to Monterey Bay Kayaks or the parking lot located to the east off Camino El Estero (Traffic Light ) drop your gear at the beach and then go park .
What if I don’t want to paddle out?
No worries . Just come out and be present on the beach to meet with local like minded people that care about the ocean .
Can I bring a sign to express my artistic genius for world oceans day?
Is there going to be a beach clean up?
Yes . 11:30am at Monterey Municipal Beach . Organizer Discovery Whale Watch https://discoverywhalewatch.
When we leave this should be the cleanest beach in California .