I agree with other posts about keeping on vehicle. Admittedly, ours are rec boats, not high end. About a year ago I bought cables at Lowe's which have loops already at both ends of cables. When leaving kayaks overnight, I pass cable under seat attachment and under roof racks and secure with U-Haul locks I already had. I rotate cable so lock is inside boat.There are also kayak lassos available. I agree with parking in lighted area in front of motels which are often covered by security cameras.
But first, if you have not done so, take photos of kayaks, including close-ups of serial numbers and send email to yourself with photos and all identifying info, models, brand, etc. This way, you will promptly have info if bad luck strikes.
PFD's (Life Jackets)
Touring Kayak Paddles
Kindle / iPad Cases
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