This kayak is designed more for speed in flatter conditions. The average sized paddler will be able to raise both knees whilst paddling or drop them into the cockpit and brace using the knee bumps in rougher conditions.
A responsive kayak designed for the small or slim paddler. The hull is narrow, offering speed and is very easily turned and controlled in wind with a minimum of weather cocking even in strong winds. This kayak is as easy to roll as any Greenland style kayak. Pilgrim fits the small kayaker and also the taller and slim kayaker. This multiple-fit option is due to aeither side of the cockpit.
The Pilgrim Expedition is a slim, fast kayak with increased carrying capacity for camping expeditions. The kayak is specifically designed the smaller paddler and the taller and slimmer kayaker at the same time. This multiple-fit option is due to a either side of the cockpit.
Award logo A manoeuvrable and direction stable kayak for the medium sized paddler. Designed for rough water and ease of handling in conditions. Its easy handling makes it the 1st choice for many coaches. The Romany Classic (formerly named Romany) is easily controlled in wind with a minimum of weather cocking even in strong winds.
A manoeuvrable and direction stable kayak for the very small paddler. Designed for rough water and ease of handling in conditions. The kayak is more stable than the Pilgrim and offers less room for the legs. The kayak has been fitted with a new keyhole cockpit rim customised to fit small paddlers. The rim is 3.5" (87mm) shorter than the Romany Classic and 1" (25mm) narrower with the leg braces brought back towards the paddler. It has less volume and a re-designed front deck.
A responsive kayak that surfs well for the medium to large sized paddler. The hull design offers high stability and the shaped foredeck allows for large feet up to size 11/12 (Europe 46,5). Designed for rough water and ease of handling in conditions. The kayak has a wider keyhole cockpit than any other British made fibreglass sea kayak and has more volume in the rear compartments than the Romany Classic.
A responsive plastic kayak that surfs well for the medium to large sized paddler. The kayak has fairly boxy rails offering good stability. A flattish hull promote better surfing characteristics which also helps in a following sea. The kayak has been designed to fit a range of kayakers from approx 5ft 4inch (162 cm) to 6ft 4inches (193 cm) tall. There is plenty of room for large feet. With the fibreglass cockpit rim a cheaper nylon spray deck can be used.
A manoeuvrable and direction stable kayak for the extra large paddler. Designed for rough water and ease of handling in conditions. Due to boxy rails this kayak will also be suitable for the paddler who wants more stability. An ideal kayak for the 16+ stones person (102+ kilos). The kayak has a larger and wider keyhole cockpit and offers extra leg room due to a raised area either side of the cockpit.
Award logo Designed for rough water and covering distances, the Explorer is our main expedition kayak and suits the medium sized paddler. Faster than the Romany family, manoeuvrable and direction stable. It has a large carrying capacity and has been used on a one-month expedition to Antarctica carrying all supplies with no support.
Designed for rough water and covering distances, this expedition kayak is maneuvrable, direction stable and carry higher loads. Designed to fit the large paddler. The volume in the cockpit has been increased by adding 1.5" (3,8 cm) of extra height between top of the seat and underside of the deck. Also, a raised area either side of the cockpit has been added to facilitate more leg room. The hull has not been altered.
Designed for rough water and covering distances, this expedition kayak is maneuvrable, direction stable and carry higher loads. Made to fit the small paddler by designing a smaller cockpit and less volume than the standard Explorer, but the same hull. This kayak is more stable than the Pilgrim Expedition and will support a heavier paddler.
This expedition kayak is low volume and fast, ideal for the medium sized paddler. Designed for comfort and speed with a sleek appearance. The Greenlander is designed along traditional Inuit lines with a traditional up turn of the stern. A hard chined kayak with a round cockpit sloping down to the rear deck. The hull has a single chine while the front deck has three chines running into one. In 2000 the kayak was used on an expedition to Greenland. The local hunters have since purchased our kayaks for hunting purposes.
The fastest kayak in our fleet. This expedition kayak is ideally suited for the medium sized paddler and the low volume helps the lighter kayaker control the kayak in windy conditions.
The Greenlander Pro has evolved from the Greenlander but the hull is 2 inches (50 mm) longer and has a straighter rocker line. The stern has a traditional Inuit up turn. We believe the Inuit kayakers chose this design, as it would have been relatively easy to change the weather cocking characteristics of the kayak by changing the size of the upturned stern.
A fun double kayak, suitable for the medium to large paddlers. The kayak is fast and maneuvrable its features taken from the Explorer to produce a double sea kayak that is ideal for weekend and week long trips. The Triton is suitable for the intermediate to advanced paddlers.