Sea Kayaking in the Channel Islands, Alaska [Video]
The Channel Islands, off the coast of southeast Alaska, are hugely popular with sea kayakers due to their accessibility and the abundance of marine wildlife…
Kayaking in Milford Sound, New Zealand
by Sharon Brodin
“Innumerable waterfalls descending down unscalable cliffs.” How’s that for a dramatic description of New Zealand’s Milford Sound? Sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?
Aqua-Bound Kayak Paddles in Las Vegas
Las Vegas-based Evolution Expeditions loves bringing their guests to the most beautiful kayaking destinations in their neighborhood…
The Brand New Whiskey Kayak Paddle
Aqua-Bound’s newest high-performance, high-angle kayak paddle is the Whiskey, released on September 1, 2017…
The Brand New Tango Kayak Paddle
Aqua-Bound’s brand new high-end, low-angle kayak paddle is the Tango, released on September 1, 2017…
Aqua Bound’s Low-Angle Kayak Paddles
If you’re a recreational or touring kayaker looking for a relaxed kayaking experience, explore our full line of low-angle kayak paddles.
How to Roll a Kayak [Video]
In this video, kayaking expert, Ken Whiting, explains the two most common methods to roll a kayak.
Are Kayaks Stable? [Video]
One of the questions new kayakers always ask is: “Are kayaks stable?” The answer is: Yes, for the most part they are. But any kayak can tip, so you want to use the right kayak for the right conditions.
Apostle Islands Kayaking
by Sharon Brodin
The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is a protected area along Lake Superior in northwestern Wisconsin. It’s become hugely popular with sea kayakers—both the islands themselves and a stretch of sea caves in the mainland nearby.
Kayak Paddle Feathering: What is It and Why does it Matter?
“What is paddle feathering?” That’s a question we get all the time. If you’ve been wondering what paddle feathering is and why it matters, here are the basics…
Kayaking the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area
by Sharon Brodin
Once established, the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area will be the largest protected freshwater marine area in Canada.
How to Paddle a Tandem Kayak
A tandem kayak—a kayak built for two—can be a great way to get out on the water both for a recreational paddle and for a longer touring excursion.
Kayak Paddles 101
When choosing a kayak paddle, there are three main things you’ll be looking at: it’s length, what it’s made of, and any extra features it has. Let’s take a look at each one of these…
The Forward Paddle Stroke in Kayaking
Get the most from your paddling adventures by learning the proper forward paddle stroke in kayaking. In this video, Ken Whiting explains and demonstrates the proper forward stroke technique.
Choosing A Kayak Paddle
If you're new to kayaking or would just like to learn more about some of the different types of kayak paddles, this is a great place to start…
RAPID MEDIA ACQUIRES SEA KAYAKER MAGAZINE READERS FOR ADVENTURE KAYAK
Palmer Rapids, ON, February 26, 2014 – Rapid Media boosts paid circulation of Adventure Kayak by acquiring subscribers of recently discontinued Sea Kayaker magazine. Adventure Kayak is now the only North America-wide magazine delivering the 100-percent kayaking editorial these enthusiasts...
Extreme Kayak Fishing
With the blow up of kayak fishing and the evergrowing improvements to kayaks and kayak fishing gear it was only a matter of time before someone had the bright idea to launch through the surf and chase the bluewater monsters that have always been out of reach of the land based angler.
Surge Carbon Paddle
by Steve Gibson
I've been very impressed with my Surge Carbon Paddle since I got it a few weeks ago. It's a beautiful paddle.