Trip Planner Example
And here is a real example of how it works. All the details of your trip are at hand when you print it off and stick it in your map case.
My Trip Planner
My trip planner – This started off as Phils version, but then I soon found I needed additional info as I was doodling all over it… So it has now ended up looking like this. V2.1
Trip Planner – Phil Clegg's version
This is is Phil Clegg’s version of the trip planner. He denies it came from him and that it was something someone had given him along the way. Either way I really like the simplicity of using this.
Sea Kayak leader crib notes
Sea Kayak leader crib notes – this is something I came across on my 4 star leader assessment. Really useful in those stressful assessment situations. One side is all the details of the call to the coastguard re your trip and the other the things to talk about with your group. Cut it out, laminate it and keep it in a pocket of your BA.
BCU Logbook Excel Spreadsheet Version
This started life as the one you can get from the BCU website, as an Excel spreadsheet. I hated it! Lots of merged cells where there shouldn’t be and generally badly formatted. So I created my own in Excel, which morphed into a Word version…
Tidal Planning spreadsheet
Useful spreadsheet for tidal planning – I used this for the Farnes trip I did. Make sure you view both tabs as the 9th July sheet has the mathematical explanation.
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