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PayPal Later on Your Kayak

27 July

You can now choose “PayPal Later” at checkout on your kayaks right here. It takes seconds to get accepted to the program. Once you’re in, you’ve got a few options. “Pay in 4” is interest free and allows you to split up the cost of your kayak into 4 payments. You make a down payment, […]

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Scupper 14 Sold Out for August Container

13 July

The popularity of the Scupper 14 kayak is not slowing down, as all boats on the August 26 container have been pre sold (except one that is pink-contact us direct if you want to buy this). Any future orders placed now will be allocated for October’s shipment. The new factory in South Africa is now […]

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The Bad News: Kayaks Delayed Until August 26

07 May

Unfortunately the upcoming shipment of Sit On Top Pros’ kayaks many have been waiting for from South Africa has been delayed again.  The boats will arrive in Seattle August 26 and shipping out to customers that day. In the quest to triple production capacity, South Africa’s Roto Kayaks had trouble with one of it’s new […]

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Vagabond Kayaks’ Rudder System Install

09 April

Vagabond Kayaks are now available with a rudder upgrade for $300. Coming soon!

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Strait of Juan de Fuca

25 March

By Rob Casey Paddling the Strait of Juan de Fuca in Washington State is a unique semi-coastal experience. The Strait of Juan de Fuca is the waterway that connects the Pacific Ocean with Puget Sound and separates Washington State from Vancouver Island. The Strait is 80 miles long and roughly 13 miles wide. The waterway […]

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Installing a Sail Kit on Your Sit On Top

17 March
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Designing the Scupper 12 Kayak

16 March

Swell Watercraft describes the process of designing it’s upcoming new kayak – the Scupper 12.

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The Story of Stealth Kayaks

12 March

In the words of it’s founder, Brett Chencellor

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Shark Attacks Stealth Kayak!

03 March
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Tug Surfing in Seattle

12 February

By Rob Casey In the early 2000’s, another friend and I were having fun surfing recreational boat wakes on Seattle’s Shilshole Bay.  One day we saw a huge tug without a barge go by throwing off a huge peeling wave. Naturally, we had to surf it. Nearly 20 years later, we’re still surfing those tug waves.  […]

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