There is a great series of videos called Sea Kayaking TV that have been put up on YouTube recently courtesy of the folks over at Heliconia Press. I'm at home sick today with a cold so have been spending my time watching the videos and from what I've seen thus far, they look pretty good.
There are several playlists to choose from which cover topics including rolling, bracing, launching in surf, a variety of strokes, kayak tripping, and more. There is also a video which covers the "paddle float reentry". I highly recommend that the fellow who was the subject of one of my postings from a couple of weeks ago watch that particular video. And, for those of us that can relate in some small way to the fellow in the water, we should probably watch it too (and take some lessons) even if only as a refresher.
Hey, I just found something else kinda neat. In the "Sea Kayak Navigation and Signaling Devices" video they show a nautical chart, and they just happen to show the exact place we camped and paddled this summer in the Broken Group Islands, BC (trip report still on it's way).