Originally Posted by telcowilliam
Does it say galaxy kayaks in the report Steve? I got one of these last year for the girls to play on in the marina
I'm afraid so Mike, but I think that it is okay for what your girls use it for.
Originally Posted by Poly
Kerny - thanks for posting this. I have a bit of a notion to try sea kayaking as it strikes me as a bit like sibbing without all the noise, and a more of a feeling of achievement. I probably wouldn't go sit on top but I hadn't really considered that some might be fundamentally flawed rather than just not as well finished.
SINKS or sit in kayaks are a lot warmer due to you legs and waist being covered , and once you get used to them, more maneuverable than sit on tops. Some of the sea kayaks are really top notch but are expensive 2k upwards for the fiberglass models
Fishermen prefer the sit on tops for freedom of movement and stability while sitting for hours trying to catch
The most important thing that people forget about is fitness ... especially for sea use!!... stamina and upper body strength in my opinion is a must.
But I agree Poly, you do have a great sense of achievement after a good days paddle and all its cost you... is a few Mars bars
Wish I never sold mine