Noyo Pacific Kayaking

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Kayaks
The "MONTEGO 10" by: Victory Kayaks
Reviews - Kayaks

The "MONTEGO 10" offers sit-on-top security & fun, in a stable, maneuverable design.  Ideal for a wide range of conditions from calm, protected waters, mild river currents, moderate ocean swells & surf. It's perfect for the paddler looking for a versatle kayak that offers excellent maneuverability. The Montego 10's open "sit-on-top cockpit will accomodate most sizes of paddlers and is a good platform for snorkling.

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Seda Gypsy
Reviews - Kayaks
The GYPSY is a compact sea kayak equipped the same as SEDA’s larger sea kayaks. It was in development for over a year, and ever since its introduction in 1993, has gained an excellent reputation among serious paddlers on both coasts of the United States. The outstanding review done independently by Sea Kayaker Magazine in the Fall of 1994 is the best testimony of GYPSY's qualities.
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The "CLASSIC 13" by: Victory Kayaks
Reviews - Kayaks

The "Classic 13" offers simplicity and performance in a versatle design.  Ideal for a wide range of conditions from calm, protected waters and mild river currents. It's perfect for the paddler looking for a kayak that retains excellent performance and tracking ability.

This solo recreational model kayak features include adjustable seat, rear storage hatch, shock cord deck rigging, adjustable foot braces, and Kayak Karrier handles.

 

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Seda Swift
Reviews - Kayaks

The SWIFT is a fully equipped mid size sea kayak. Its’ size is mid way between a long, narrow, fast sea kayak and a small, compact, maneuverable one. The SWIFT offers plenty of directional stability and good speed under almost all conditions. It has a beautiful, swept-up bow on a fast modern low wetted surface hull.

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SEDA - PLASTIC GYPSY
Reviews - Kayaks

The composite GYPSY was such a hit with paddlers that SEDA invested in an aluminum casting to be able to roto-mold an inexpensive plastic version. In contrast to most of their competitors, SEDA uses cross-linked polyethylene. Weight is one of the negative aspects of plastic sea kayak construction. By using cross-linked polyethylene SEDA is able to mold GYPSY lighter than most plastic sea kayaks on the market. Many competitors’ kayaks are made of cheaper, linear polyethylene. This requires a thicker, and therefore heavier, shell to avoid fatigue and possible rupture or splitting. With cross-linked polyethylene a lighter hull can be created that is exceptionally tough, rigid and abusable.

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