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Kayaking in the calm bay with limestone mountains
  • Touring Kayaks - If you're planning on going on long distance kayaking trips, then you should probably look into touring kayaks.
  • Plastic Kayaks - Plastic kayaks are some of the cheapest kayaks on the market. The benefit here is that you should be able to get an affordable kayak fairly easily if you're looking at the plastic model.
  • GPS (Global Positioning System) - If you're going to go kayaking at sea and you're going to be following a map, you might want to think about getting a GPS (Global Positioning System).
  • Signaling Equipment - Signaling equipment will keep you safe if you are kayak touring.
  • How to Make a Camp Fire - There are a lot of skills that you should have if you're planning on staying outdoors. One of these is how to build a campfire.
  • Rescue Techniques -
  • How to Maintain your Kayak - Once you've found the perfect kayak for you, and you're ready to go kayaking, there's one other thing that you need to learn about first.
  • Kayaking Strokes -
  • The Wet Exit - The wet exit (getting out of the kayak in the water) is not very difficult, but it is still important to have some experience with it.
  • Kayaking Helmets - A helmet can look cool while keeping your head safe at the same time depending on the brand you buy.
  • Sculling for Support - Sculling for support will keep you upright if your kayak is at rest.
  • Kayaking Safety -
  • Paddle Parks - Paddle parks will enable you to bring an extra paddle. If you're going to go kayaking, you might want to look at paddle parks on your kayak.
  • Compasses - Don't get lost at sea! Kayak compasses are designed specifically for use on the water.
  • Folding Kayaks - Folding kayaks are based on the original Inuit kayak designs. Essentially, all folding kayaks are a thin fabric over a lightweight frame.