Mark Nye (FL) built his Wahoo FSK using our pre-cut forms last year. He’s been actively racing with it and has been fine tuning his setup. Here’s his latest report with some interesting upgrades. Who knew that Smart TrackRead More
We are proud to present three new models of the “Atka”: our stitch & glue Aleutian-style kayak. They are often called “baidarkas,” which is Russian for “small boat.” The term was made popular by George Dyson with the releaseRead More
Thinking of building a kayak and want to use commercial hatches (like Beckson deck plates or Kajak-Sport rubber/plastic lids) but are not sure how to mount them on your curved deck? Now you can make a simple recess outRead More
We are proud to announce that we are an authorized Kajak-Sport retailer! We choose to stock KS products as their hardware is of the best quality and the company is a world leader in kayaking innovation.
Today [Kajak-Sport’s] components
Mark Nye built his Wahoo FSK using our pre-cut forms last year. Here’s his latest review!
I have really been enjoying the Wahoo. Now that I have about 125 miles and two races in it, I feel
Mark recently launched his Wahoo FSK and completed his first race in it!!
Just a quick note to let you know that the boat is done. I’ve only had it on the water twice so no in-depth
After a busy 2014 (updates to follow) we are proud to announce that we have opened our on-line store! In the store you will be able to purchase plans for kayaks and canoes, order custom boats, buy components ANDRead More
It took a while but Zack finally received his Sprak HPK. Last week he sent a some pictures and first paddling impressions of his new Spray!
I was able to paddle the boat for the first time a
With a freshly painted kayak sitting in the shop, all that’s left is the final outfitting: carve and install the seat, run the decklines, install the steering components, fit out the hatches, add the interesting paddle park and GPSRead More
With the deck joined to the hull, project completion was in sight. Now it was time to complete the most obvious part of the project: the finish.
This kayak was going to be painted with an automotive urethane system