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Tandem Kayak vs Single Kayak

Tandem Kayak vs Single Kayak Many of us think of kayaking and we think about going out alone in our own kayak to relieve some stress. But what about those days when you want to enjoy the water and sunlight with a friend or family member in a Tandem Kayak? Hopefully the information below will help you make up your mind on which would be your best fit, single or tandem kayak. ENJOY! Single kayak Pros – Complete control to go where YOU want, when YOU want, and how fast YOU want. You don’t have to worry about accommodating to anyone. Also being that there is only one person in the kayak, it not only is going to navigate better but it will also be…

3 Reasons You Need to Take Your Family Kayaking

3 Reasons You Need to Take Your Family Kayaking It’s a scenario most of us are familiar with: you and your partner work hours and hours each week in an office, you spend your free time caring for the house and kids, who are in school during the day.  All the while, any down time is spent in front of the TV, the Internet, or maybe with the kids playing video games. Sound like your family?  Well it’s time to get everyone to family kayaking! Kayaking with your whole family is a great way to spend a day or a whole weekend outdoors.  Take a look at Malibu Kayaks’ top three reasons to kayak with your family. Benefit #1: Kayaking lets you and family escape…

How to Kayak with Your Kids – Build the Love of Kayaking Early

How to Kayak with Your Kids – Build the Love of Kayaking Early If you love kayaking and have little ones, it’s never too early to introduce them to your passion for kayaking. With careful planning, supervision, and adherence to our guidelines, your love for kayaking may very likely pass on to your kids. Before we get into specifics, let’s talk about how young you can introduce your children to kayaking. In the early infant and toddlers years, just having your child interact with the kayak and paddles while safely on land may be sufficient. As they get older, are walking, and can confidently grasp and hold a paddle, this is the time where the real lessons begin. Safety First Before either you and your…