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Pro Rudder Installation

25 January

Sit On Top Pro Nick Budden shows how Swell Watercraft installs their Sealect Trucourse rudder systems on the Scupper 14. Any questions or comments always just contact us through the website or @ info@sitontopkayak.com. More than happy to correspond.

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Kayak Delivery Day

25 January

Nothing better than receiving a truckload of kayaks from South African factory.  Swell Watercraft, Stealth, Vagabond and Carbonology Sport Surfskis are in there!!  Live from the Pros’ headquarters- it’s Kayak Delivery Day- a day we love.  

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Kid K-1 Sprint Racer Paddles the Kwando

25 January

Bellingham, WA based kayaker Ryan Lee takes the Vagabond Kwando for a spin and discusses what he loves about paddling.  He’s got some great insight for kids who may want to jump into the sport.

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Vagabond Tsomo- First River Run

12 January

Just received North America’s first Tsomo kayaks and took one down the Nooksack River to check it out.

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Vagabonds’ Angler Edition Kayaks

06 January

What does it take to turn a Vagabond Kayak into a Vagabond Angler Edition? $150 and 3 things: 1. 9″ Gear Tracks 2. Flush Mounted Rod Holders 3. Anchor Trolley Any more questions watch this:

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Bouyancy in the Poly2 Plastic: Stealth Fusion 480

05 January
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The Fly Fishing Hero We Need Right Now

05 January

He’s the hero we need right now. We can’t understand a word he says. The only thing we know is we’re envious. Big Fish. Beer. Stealth Fusion 480.  

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2 Day on South Africa’s Vaal River

05 January

Weeks of lockdown and restrictions on all activities deprived us of the last weeks of summer and autumn. Finally able to get on the water, Vagabond Kayaks’ Celliers Kruger and Lisa de Speville dusted the cobwebs off their Vagabond Marimba kayaks for a leisurely two-day trip down the Vaal River. Where the Day 1 section […]

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Adjusting Ferrule Tension in your Joystick Paddle

28 December

Joystick Paddles likes to boast that it’s Full Metal Ferrule is the lightest, most durable system on the planet.  Here’s one reason they’ll probably last you a lifetime: located inside every ferrule is a secret mechanism that allows you to add or reduce tension.  It’s pretty easy to do. 1.  Remove the screw from the […]

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Living On a Boat

17 December

By Rob Casey Five years ago, Kylie Keller’s Seattle apartment was being demolished for new condos, so it was time to look for another place to live. Wanting to stay in her favorite neighborhood of Ballard, a community on the shores of Puget Sound known for its rich maritime culture, she began to research her options. […]

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