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"This is the Sea 3" - the first review
Tuesday, February 27, 2007

I've been busy posting out hundreds of DVDs to the UK, Europe, Australia & New Zealand so that 'This is the Sea 3' will be at your nearest kayak shop for the release date of 10th March 2007. (US DVDs will be shipped this week from Colorado).

A few 'review' copies have got into the hands of their reviewers very quickly. Here is the first review that I know about, written by Harald Rishovd from Norway.

"I have now watched the whole DVD to my eyes got big and wet:-) You should
really look forward to the "this is the sea III", it is at least as good as
the two first films, and really has something for everyone. My favourites so
far is the hardcore sea kayak playboating in Scottish Tidal Races, the
surfing from New Zealand, an incredibly cool sequence with rolling and
tricks from Freia Hoffmeister and Cheri Perry, and not to forget, the
incredible film from the Antarctica Kayak Expedition - really extreme stuff.
Total length of the DVD is 2 hours".

Harlad will be writing a longer review for 'Paddling' magazine in Norway, but has written his first impressions on 2 Norwegian paddling forums. If you understand Norwegian then you can see the review here !
or here

It's the same review on 2 different forums, but there may be different comments added to each one.


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