About Us

Sunni Kerr (Owner)

Sunni is a long term part of Utila, having started her visits here over 10 years ago.She is an avid waterwoman; in addition to being a professional underwater photographer, she is regularly in the sea with kayaking, snorkeling, and swimming.

She has been involved in the community as the owner of Fishburgers on the Utila Cays, which she works closely with the locals to run, and has also built some great little beach bungalows for rent towards the cays at Sunni’s Cove.  (Also available for multiday rentals with kayaks, stand up paddleboards, yoga, diving and more).

Sunni took over ownership of Kayak Utila in Feb 2013 and looks forward to continuing to make it a great resource for vistors, expats, and locals alike.

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Bob Stephenson

Bob 1Having retired from serving in the military, Bob got his water legs on in Florida and now has made a move down to our lovely little Utila.  With an easy going, laid back atttitude and an ability to “get ‘er done”, Bob makes a great addition to the Kayak Utila guiding team.

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Andi~ (Andrea Shluker Ryon) 

Creator of Kayak Utila, Andi is working with the new owners as they “get their feet wet” in their new venture.

Andi approaches kayaking and being on the water with an easygoing manner with high emphasis on safety. She is an ACA (American Canoe Association)  trained sea kayak instructor with many years of outdoor guiding experience.

Andi truly enjoys  sharing her love and knowledge of coral reefs and mangrove ecosystems with others, as well as reminding folks the importance of getting out and playing a bit more on the water and truly appreciating this awesome landscape around us.

  

2 Responses to About Us

  1. Steve and Kathy Bardolph says:

    We are considering a trip to Roatan in about February. We use seakayaks on our lake at home in Minnesota. What can you tell us about prices and options for kayaking in Roatan? Thank you,

    • kayakutila says:

      Hi- sorry for the delay in response- I was up doing some kayak training in the USA. I don’t actually have too much information on kayaking in Roatan for day trips- all my trips are based in Utila- the next island over. However, if you are looking at a weeklong all inclusive trip in Roatan, I work with Uncommon Adventures there. They offer kayak trips and also multisport trips- with stand up paddleboard too. Check them out at http://www.uncommonadv.com and let them know Andi from Utila sent you. You can write me at paddleutila@gmail.com if you have more questions. Best, Andi

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