Gustav has a wide spectrum of guiding certificates, and is specialised in sea kayaking. He has a Finnish outdoor guide certificate, and also works as a skitouring guide. Gustav always thinks the best adventures are earned, basically everything where you need to work a bit to get there. Maybe that’s why he is competing in Triathlon.
David is the co-owner of Fejan Outdoor together with Robin. He has spent his summers in this part of the archipelago for his entire life, on an island right next to Fejan, where he now lives about half time of the year. David is maybe the most persistent guide when it comes to finding secret hideaways and beautiful little passages around this area, he simply enjoys exploring.
Robin is the original founder of the kayak centre at Fejan, and he has spent the last ten years creating adventures for individuals and groups in this area, and he comes from a scouting and outdoor background. Robin loves this part of the archipelago and has decided to live with his family on the closest main land, Gräddö. Robin also runs an archipelago conference centre named Arholma Nord.
Jesper is an avid kayaker, that has worked as a kayak guide for almost ten years. He has worked at many different outfitters in the archipelago, and he’s also been working as a guide in New Zealand. In the winters he’s working as a tour leader in the mountains, so yes, one can say that he likes the outdoors, and maybe that’s why he always has a smile on his face.
Oscar is a dedicated paddler that has been to most of the outer archipelago around Stockholm. His favourite paddle is the Greenland-style paddle and he prefers kayaks with sharp edges and a skeg. He has worked as a sailmaker at famous swedish manufacturer Gransegel, and don’t get him started on the shapes of boat hulls and what not. Oscar is also a great photographer, so check out his Instagram!