Submitted: 11-04-2009 by Malcolm Rowe
The Anas Acuta is a day boat, far too low volume for touring. It's slow and tracks poorly in calm conditions. So, what's good about it? It is an outstanding kayak in rough conditions. For example, steep, two meter wind waves breaking on open water in 20 knot winds. The Anas Acuta is not thrown around and handles well. I also paddle a Nordkapp, another outstanding kayak in rough conditions. If I were going to face conditions that pushed me to the limit, I'd want to be in my Anas Acuta.