So 2 voyages so far.
The first trip to test out nearby in a local harbour.
All went well and even though the wind was blowing hard we were still easily able to push through it in a straight line and then manoeuvre where we needed to.
The second voyage was straight into a sea inlet on the south coast of WA at Walpole.
First day went well and with a rough crossing back to the campsite dipping in between the waves all was well.
The kayak is incredibly stable and even with the waves splashing over us we didn’t take on too much water.
We did have the optional zip in deck attached which is very useful and don’t think we would go out without it.
Gives some good storage space and saves a lot of water entering the kayak.
We even managed to get the sail up and sail back into the campsite after a tough crossing over the sea inlet.
Great way to end the day. Sit back and let the sail do the work.
On our second day in Walpole we crossed the sea inlet again into strong wind and entered the river.
We made progress for a few hours until our arms gave up and had to turn around.
This time we had the wind behind us all the way so managed to get a good run back with the sail which again we were so pleased we purchased with the kayak.
She will be out again this coming weekend so looking forward to it”
The Advancedframe Convertible Inflatable Kayak was ideal for Richard and Sarah, but it might not be the right fit for you.