Most kayakers wish they spent more time in their boat. Some want to fish more. Some want to explore hidden gems around their home state. Others want to paddle out and nap while working on their tan.
Most kayaks are built to last at least ten years. They’re durable watercraft that can withstand the elements if stored outside. But you’re going to increase the lifespan of your kayak by storing it inside.
Kayaks aren’t the easiest items to store indoors. They can take up too much space in your garage.
They wind up getting in the way when you need to get to other seasonal gear. And they don’t always need to be protected from the elements.
Spending time in your kayak is a thrilling outing for any paddler that requires a bit of advanced gear planning before launching onto your favorite body of water.
Whether you prefer whitewater, the serenity of a tree-lined bay, sailboat viewing in the marina, or a placid lake, ensuring you’ve packed all your safety gear, snacks, sunscreen, camera, etc. is something that all kayakers take seriously.