Submitted: 03-26-2012 by D
I have 2 SeaYaks, (and 2 poly capellas, and 2 Catalinas, 1 easky and 1 sealion) so a full range then! The Sea Yak is excellent. matches the capella for speed and is my preferred rec paddle. Paddled empty, day kit, One of them did weather cock (the other did not! mm confused we were!) Issue was seats were in different places so MOVE THE SEAT. (forwards?). Sorted, Key to this was the short ish waterline that allowed the Yak to rotate easily... that and the lack of a skeg mean its very load sensitive. Load well and its great, load poorly and its a pig in the wind. Yes, I would Buy Sea yaks and recommend them for weekend trips.