Greenland Harpoon & Norsaq

The Greenland Harpoon was used by the Inuit to hunt sea mammals. This particular Harpoon was made in Canada by woodworker Bill Buckingham and gifted to James Manke. James, the owner and creator of Manke at the Wreckage, used this Harpoon while competing in the 2014 National Greenland kayaking championships and won silver in both harpooning for distance and accuracy.

The norsaq is the leverage tool for the harpoon allowing the hunting to throw further with accuracy. The norsqw traditionally has two holes on either end. One side it attached to a 45 degree pin while the other is in place to secure the norsaq and harpoon while paddling. 

Countries we are travelling to

FRANCE - April 2024

CKmer Symposium - Sold Out, Registration Closed

GERMANY - April 2024

Information coming soon for this event

ITALY - May 2024

Information coming soon for this event


Registration through How We Roll

CANADA - July 2024

2024 Ukee Greenland Weekend symposium. Registration now open.

DENMARK - August 2024

Lejre Havkajak Symposium/ Lejre Seakayak Symposium

SWEDEN - August 2024

This country is currently pending

JAPAN - October 2024

GUTS Japan, Registration Now