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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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bluefin-castine comparison
October 11, 2018

Pakayak’s Bluefin vs Old Town’s Castine (a traditional 14-ft kayak)

Pakayak’s Bluefin 14Old Town’s Castine 140 Pakayak’s Bluefin 14 Old Town’s Castine 140 Length 14 feet / 4.3 m 14 feet / 4.3 m Width Total width: 24”/ 61 cm Total width: 24.75” / 62.9 cm Cockpit 18” x 34” / 46 x 86 cm 20” x 38” / 96.5 x 50.8 cm Weight 59 lbs / 26.7 kg 53…
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In the beginningReviews
June 23, 2016

GearJunkie Review is in print!

"During my 6+ hour test on a river in Connecticut and on the choppy Long Island Sound, I kept experiencing two opposing disbeliefs: When I saw the kayak all packed up, I couldn’t believe the unit becomes an efficient, floating boat. Conversely, when I was on the water, I couldn’t believe I was paddling in a sectional kayak. The boat is…
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Pakayak review on Outside Magazine
In the beginningReviews
June 20, 2016

First review, by Outside Magazine, is published

We traveled out to Laguna Beach, CA to meet up with Corey Hass from IndefinitelyWild who reviews kayaks for Outside Magazine. Had a great paddle, and he wrote a great review. "This 14-foot sea kayak breaks down into parts that nest inside each other, resulting in a packed size no larger than a big suitcase. You can store it under…
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