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October 5, 2020

PAK Member featured in local paper, and her story

A few months ago, we received an email from Jodie Wolfe. "This is the story of Sadie and her Pakayak. Please read and feel free to share. Don’t miss the “Hamilton Spectator” link from her local paper doing the story of her newly acquired Pakayak. Our beautiful daughter Sadie was the victim of a crime on June 21st. After being…
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October 5, 2020

Paddling Magazine: Space-saving sectional kayak simplifies storage, transport and social distancing

We were featured in Paddling Magazine's Fall 2020 issue: "No engineering degree required for this portable kayak. Setup of the Pakayak Bluefin 14 is intuitive and fast."
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May 18, 2020

Orlando Sentinel: Packable kayaks and paddleboards help light travelers access waterways

By PATRICK CONNOLLY, ORLANDO SENTINEL | MAY 14, 2020 "It maneuvers swiftly and easily as if it weren’t made of six different pieces but one unified body. Plus, bulkheads in the bow and stern make this craft ready to go into open water and on multi-day excursions." Central Florida Explorer Patrick Connolly paddles with the Pakayak Bluefin 14 kayak alongside Matt Clark on the…
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November 14, 2019

Abenteuer Und Reisen: Bastelboot

(translated by google) "Boats. The modular paddle boat: According to the manufacturer Pakayak can be the Bluefin in a few minutes from its individual parts together - stuck. The components of spring band clamps are held together. The boat is - not unimportant! - guaranteed waterproof. It is available in different colors. Weight: 28 kilograms. Pack size: 113 x 61…
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November 5, 2019

Power & MotorYacht Magazine 2020 Gear Guide

"The first time I saw Pakayak’s nesting doll of a kayak, and realized the Assembly Required* nature of it, I immediately bet Krista that this thing was going to take on water. Paddling it close to the boat, I was thoroughly surprised. Long story short: It was dry as a bone. Designed and built in the U.S., the rigid Bluefin…
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WSJ: WATER YOU WAITING FOR? Foldable kayaks open the floodgates to waterfront festivals, paddle-up dining and other urban wonders. ILLUSTRATION: JULIEN PACAUD
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June 2, 2019

WSJ: Skip the Traffic, Paddle to the Office Instead

WATER YOU WAITING FOR? Foldable kayaks open the floodgates to waterfront festivals, paddle-up dining and other urban wonders. ILLUSTRATION: JULIEN PACAUD Wall Street Journal: "Off Duty" Section, Saturday, June 1, 2019 Skip The Traffic: Paddle To The Office Instead By Erik Baard For intrepid city-dwellers, collapsible kayaks are redefining the urban commute on the weekend—and even on workdays By Erik Baard,…
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August 7, 2016

Danbury NewsTimes: Pakayak – A kayak you can carry on your back

DANBURY — Doug Mackro has been kayaking since the 1980s, and he’s not picky about where he goes. “I like to go anywhere there is water — any kind, any day, anywhere,” he said. “If I get eight inches off the shore and I’m in a boat, I’m instantly on vacation.” Mackro and the rest of the team at Pakayak…
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July 25, 2016

New Haven Register: Connecticut small business Pakayak is the latest evolution in kayaking

...Doug said the company is focused on giving back to the environment. Every model will be named after an endangered species. “namely a keystone species,” Doug said, and Pakayak is donating a portion of the profits for protection of each of the named species. The current model offered is the Pakayak Bluefin 14, a 14-foot kayak the condenses to 3.5…
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