Gear Guide: Latest Kayaking Products

Ambush Hybrid

Ambush Hybrid

by Old Town Canoe

Use this unique and versatile hybrid boat for casting, still fishing, trolling, hunting, crabbing or you name it. Stand up or sit down. Take it out with a partner or go solo. Paddle, push-pole, or use an electric trolling motor - you pick the best way to edge into the water. You’ll enjoy the efficient hull of a kayak, combined with the storage capacity of a canoe and the stability of a flat boat. Prepare for your next Ambush. Length: 13'10"; Width: 44"; Depth: 17"; Weight: 100 lbs.; Capacity: 800-850 lbs.

Web Site: www.oldtowncanoe.com/

The Mako Saddles

The Mako Saddles

by All Seasons Auto-Racks

One of our sweetest systems, "The Mako Saddles" is designed for stability and protection of sea kayaks, recreational kayaks and whitewater boats.  These form fitting cradles fit all hull shapes.  The patented Dynaflex pads recess for easy slide positioning of kayak and engage to ensure a strong grip for full boat hull security.  The Mako system comes complete with padded buckle tightening straps and bow/stern tie downs.

What more could you ask for?  All Seasons Auto-Racks in Victoria, BC, has you covered.  Check out our full selection of easy kayak loading systems at one of our locations or visit us online.  All Seasons Auto-Racks, Right Rack, Right Price, Always!

Web Site: www.roadracks.com

North America: 1.800.255.5057 - UK: 0.800.051.6364 - Australia: 1.800.143.454

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From Our Blog

"One of the Best Holidays of My Life"

Tuesday, February 9 2016

Here's a fantastic comment we received from Ann after her kayak vacation last August, her second Vancouver Island Kayak tour.

Scott, As we spoke earlier I can't thank you enough for being the facilitator in what truly has to be the best or at at least one of the best holidays of my life.  I only say one as my husband is not here and I wish he could have experienced the wonders of British Columbia nature first hand.

I had two wonderful but very different kayak trips.  The first to the Broken Island Group and the second up here in Port Mc Neil.  I enjoyed both for different reasons.  Different geographies. Wildlife and also fellow travellers on the trip but both wonderfully well organised and the natural beauty of this place speaks for itself.

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