All equipment you need on the tour is always available in our rental service. You may sell us your boat or any gear after a tour.
- Dagger Axiom 8.1,
- Dagger Mamba 8.1,
- Pyranha Shiva M,
- Jackson Fun:
49,9$ for 5 days
- Diesel 70,
- Diesel 80,
- Eskimo salto,
- Dagger Nomad 8.5,
- Prijon kaituna,
- Pyranha burn:
29,9$ for 5 days
- Paddle: 0,99$ – 6,99$ for 5 days
- Helmet: 0,99$ – 6,99$ for 5 days
- Lifejacket: 0,99$ – 3,99 $ for 5 days
- Spraydeck: 3,99 $ for 5 days
- Dry jacket: 3,99$ – 6,99$ for 5 days
- Dry pants: 3,99$ – 6,99$ for 5 days
- Drysuit: 29,9$ for 5 days
The modern day kayak most likely originated about 8,000 years ago along the Siberian coast line by the Yupik and then transformed from the open canoe, via the Aleut and Inuit, into an enclosed kayak. The first boats made were hard to sink because they contained inflated seal bladders, which made them ideal for navigating whitewater.
The most ancient examples of primitive life jackets can be traced back to inflated bladders of animal skins or hollow, sealed gourds, for support when crossing deep streams and rivers. Purpose-designed buoyant safety devices consisting of simple blocks of wood or cork were used by Norwegian seamen
All helmets attempt to protect the user’s head by absorbing mechanical energy and protecting against penetration. Their structure and protective capacity are altered in high-energy impacts. Beside their energy-absorption capability, their volume and weight are also important issues, since higher volume and weight increase the injury risk for the user’s head and neck.
is a flexible cover for a boat, in particular for a kayak or a canoe. It is used in whitewater, inclement weather or sport to prevent water from entering the boat while allowing one or more passengers to sit in the boat and propel the boat by paddling or rowing.