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      Here at S2AS we stock a massive range of inflatable kayaks from Aquaglide. Whether you are looking for a kayak to go fishing, touring or just for having a bit of fun then we will have an inflatable kayak suited to your needs. All of the Aquaglide Kayaks have been made out of the highest quality materials meaning your Aquaglide kayak will last for years and years. Our range of one person kayaks and two person kayaks are extremely easy to move around and will fit into your car boot and are extremely easy to store compared to a normal hard shell kayak. Have hours and hours of fun with our amazing range of Inflatable kayaks from Aquaglide now available at S2AS.

      all the information you need to choose the perfect kayak for your waterborne escapades.

      Key Features of Kayaks:

      1. Hull Design:

        • Kayaks come in various hull designs, each tailored to specific paddling environments. Flat hulls provide stability, making them suitable for beginners, while rounded or V-shaped hulls enhance maneuverability for advanced paddlers.
      2. Materials:

        • Kayaks are crafted from different materials, including plastic, fiberglass, and composite materials. Plastic kayaks are durable and budget-friendly, while fiberglass and composite kayaks offer lighter weight and enhanced performance.
      3. Types of Kayaks:

        • There are different types of kayaks designed for specific activities:
          • Recreational Kayaks: Ideal for calm waters, these kayaks offer stability and are great for beginners.
          • Touring Kayaks: Designed for longer journeys, touring kayaks feature a sleek design for speed and efficiency.
          • Whitewater Kayaks: Short and agile, whitewater kayaks are built to navigate turbulent rivers and rapids.
          • Sea Kayaks: Long and narrow, sea kayaks are designed for open water adventures, providing efficiency for covering longer distances.
      4. Cockpit Style:

        • The cockpit design varies among kayaks. Sit-on-top kayaks have an open cockpit, providing easy entry and exit. Sit-in kayaks have an enclosed cockpit, offering protection from the elements and better maneuverability.

      Considerations When Choosing a Kayak:

      1. Paddling Environment:

        • Consider where you'll primarily paddle – calm lakes, rivers, coastal waters, or challenging whitewater. The paddling environment determines the type of kayak that best suits your needs.
      2. Skill Level:

        • Match the kayak to your skill level. Recreational kayaks are great for beginners, while experienced paddlers may opt for touring, whitewater, or sea kayaks.
      3. Storage and Transportation:

        • Evaluate your storage and transportation options. Smaller kayaks are easier to transport and store, while longer kayaks may require specialized racks.


      What's the difference between sit-on-top and sit-in kayaks?

      Sit-on-top kayaks have an open cockpit, offering easy entry and exit. They are great for recreational use. Sit-in kayaks have an enclosed cockpit, providing protection from the elements and better maneuverability in challenging conditions.

      Can I use a whitewater kayak on calm lakes?

      While whitewater kayaks are designed for turbulent rivers, they can be used on calm lakes. However, their short and agile design may not provide the same efficiency and speed as recreational or touring kayaks in flatwater conditions.

      How do I choose the right size of kayak?

      The right size depends on factors like your body size, the type of paddling you'll be doing, and storage/transportation considerations. Generally, longer kayaks provide more speed and efficiency, while shorter kayaks offer greater maneuverability.

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