It's something we always say, "I wish I could be in the Guinness Book of World Records." At least, I say it all the time, here's our chance. Grab your paddles.

This sounds like a lot of fun and it's all for a wonderful cause with all proceeds going to "Save the Bay".

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It's the longest canoe and kayak parade, how cool? The current world record for a canoe and kayak parade is 329 and it took place in Poland. It would be great if New Jersey could break the record, especially in Ocean County.

The day of the event is Saturday, August, 20th, 2022 from 8 am - 11 am at the Pine Beach Yacht Club with registration beginning at 7:30 am.

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Here are the details if you have a canoe or kayak from raceforum/paddleforthebay.com:

Launch your boat at the beaches along Pine Beach, Beachwood, or any location on the Toms River and paddle over to the Official  Tent at Avon Beach Lot at Riverside Drive and Avon Road.  Official start time is 8:00 AM and check-in will begin at 7:30 AM and will remain open until 11:00 AM.  Sign-in tent will be at this beach where you will get your official boat number and participant wrist band.  Boats will head east along the Pine Beach shoreline for one half mile, pass the Pine Beach Yacht Club and then paddle back to the finish line.

CLICK HERE to register for yourself or your team and the rules of the day on where to park, etc.

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