Used to carry the Kayak from the two ends
Maximum load (Inclusive of Baggage)
Material of Kayak
UV Stabilised Polyethylene
Length x Breadth x Depth
To have a grip on the Kayak using feet
To sit comfortably in the Kayak
Drainage holes present in the middle of the Kayak to drain excess water. It drains out the Excess water in the Kayak. While Kayaking, there will be a little bit water inside kayak and will vary as per weight load.
To drain the shore water accumulated in the Kayak. Check that the Bung of the kayak is securely in place before launching the kayak. You should drain the space between the deck and the hull of any water accumulated due to condensation or seepage. It is the Drain Plug mounted at the Back End of the Kayak, never open it while Kayaking, it has to be used only at shore after kayaking for removing water from inside the Kayak.
Lifeline- to hold onto your Kayak in case of need
To protect your Kayak from harmful UV rays
To keep your belongings safe after putting them into a dry bag
Balanced weight and thickness
To make Kayak stable, especially for learners and advanced learners
High thickness at bow and stern
To give impact resistance