Author: Maria

Tootega Prophecy 135

The Tootega Prophecy 135 is the flag ship model in the Tootega touring range and offers performance in spades. There’s great storage capacity for all the essentials you will need for your adventures plus amazing comfort, stability and speed. The generous space in the cockpit area gives excellent comfort and the cushioned heel pads, easily adjustable foot rests and raised padded seat all add to the mix. If you are planning on covering distance then the Prophecy 135 is the sit on kayak for you! Tootega Prophecy 135 FEATURES Fittings for Backrest Grab Lines Integrated Carry Handles Integrated Cushioned...

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BIC Bilbao

The BIC Bilbao is a versatile recreational kayak that is suited to both beginners and expert kayakers. Whether you’re paddling for sport, exploring, diving or having a quick paddle with the kids, the quality of its design makes all activities possible with comfort and ease. The fluid hull shape provides a nice smooth ride, while the deck shape and quality extras allow you to carry almost any load with optimum stability and guaranteed safety. BIC Bilbao FEATURES Drinks Holder Grab Lines Integrated Carry Handles Integrated Cushioned seat Scuppers Stowing Mesh BIC Bilbao DETAILS Manufacturer Hull Type Length Width Weight Max...

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BIC Ouassou

The distinctive looking Bic Ouassou is a fun, versatile sit-on-top that is designed with the leisure kayak market firmly in mind. The Ouassou’s spatula shaped hull, derived from surf long boards and rodeo kayaks, makes it ideally suited for beach play and use in surf as well as making the Ouassou responsive, stable and very manoeuvrable in most conditions. The compact size and integral handles make the Ouassou easy to move and store, further adding to it’s appeal as a great beach or starter sit on. BIC Ouassou Features Drinks Holder Fittings for Knee Straps Integrated Carry Handles Integrated...

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Aberafon, Gwynedd

Aberafon campsite is on the North Wales Coast on the Llyn Peninsula at Gyrn Goch between Caernarfon & Pwllheli. The site adjoins a private beach with access to a slipway to launch your kayak if the tide is in. If the tide is out you have to carry your kayak down to water, over a rocks initially, but then it becomes sandy. How to get there: Aberafon Campsite, Gyrn Goch, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL54 5PN There’s a tricky, steep single track lane off the A499 between Caernafon and Pwhelli. Facilities: Facilities on the campsite include Boat Launch Toilets & showers Laundry facilities Site shop...

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Westward Ho! Devon

Westward Ho! is a coastal village near Bideford in Devon. It’s location at the Taw/Torridge estuary, with Hartland Point to the south and Saunton Sands to the north. The beach known as Golden Bay boasts two miles of sandy beach, backed by a pebble ridge. The beach is a popular for swimming, surfing and kite surfing. Family friendly with a RNLI Lifeguard service from May to September, shallow water and Blue Flag status. How to get there: Westward Ho! Beach Nr Bideford, Devon, EX39 1HN The A39 road provides access from the towns of Barnstaple, Bideford and Bude. Facilities: Slipway Ample car parking...

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