Wayland folding kayak !
70% of the earth's surface is covered by water.
You just need to select a folding kayak and go paddling!
12/12/19 - Website maintenance
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Can I paddle anywhere?
In the UK, you need a license to paddle in most of the waterways,
rivers, lakes, etc.
BCU membership (Canoe England, Canoe Wales, Scotland Canoe Association
and the Canoe Association of Northern Ireland) includes a licence
to paddle on 5000km of Britain's waterways and canals.
Not all inland water is open to canoeists, some are privately owned
or is bounded by land which is private, so do check beforehand.
See Useful Web sites page.
In other countries, do check with your national kayak organisations
and waterway / off-shore agencies etc.
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of Mk I Achilli Commando folding kayaks
Mk I Achilli military kayak with optional rear hatch. There
are are a few deck variants that you can choose - the front
deck is standard with side deck belts, central anchor holder,
and paddle pockets / holders, while the rear deck differs depending
on needs. The standard rear deck feature is side deck belts,
with a rear hatch or rear paddle pockets / holders available
as optional extra. The boat can have either a single or double
bow to stern
deck-lines (life-lines), while all usually have side paddle
holders (toggles) next to the rear paddler.
Mk I Achilli 450 Commando, with an extra pair of front deck
belts. Anchor pocket / holder excluded.
Photo courtesy W O'Brien
Nato Khaki Mk I Achilli 500XL Commando with
optional rear hatch
Nato Khaki Mk I Achilli 500XL Commando
photos of a black Mk I Achilli 450 Comaando military kayak
with optional rear hatch
Map holder is an optional extra accessory
Downwind sail rig - optional extra
Camo Mk I Achilli 500XL COMBAT (without the side panniers
and high washbaords fitted on)