Inflatable kayaks make a great recreational boat because they are lightweight, convenient for traveling and great for small spaces to store. These boats are of many different types and can range in price from a few hundred dollars to well over a thousand dollars.
Below are some completely random yet helpful information and advice that might be of use on inflatable kayaks.
Upon kayaking, clean the kayak off with a towel to get the grit, gravel and excess water out. Then let it air dry before it deflates and packs it away so it won’t get moldy.
The fastest way to get the kayak inflated is with an electric pump. Use either a hand pump or a foot pump to finish it off once it is filled.
AIRE kayaks are still the world’s highest performing most secure, inflatable kayaks.
Make sure to put it in a traveling duffel bag or in a small suitcase if you take it on the move. If it is merely packed in its usual carry bag, the airlines will not guarantee its protection.
The NRS kayaks were known to be used as rentals by outfitters.
Innova kayaks have been around in the Czech Republic for decades but it was not until 1992 that the North American branch was created.
An inflatable kayak is practically impossible to sink, even when it is full of water.
AIRE would free of charge repair any harm to its American made kayaks.
The use of a 303 UV protective on your inflatable helps protect it against sun and weather damage.
Using inflatable kayaks has been known to the US Coast Guards as well as to the Army and Navy.
There’s a lot to learn about paddling and kayaking, and can be a wonderful and fun experience using an inflatable. I have been using one for a few years now and love the convenience and stability it offers. Given that there are so many different models to choose from, it’s wise to read some reviews before deciding which one to buy.