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Because of its movability features, inflatable kayaks are getting more attention when it comes to water crafts and boating activities in Australia. They are easy to store, lightweight, and portable that kayaking is possible to do any time. With its increasing popularity, there can be a number of kayaks for sale.

Planning to purchase inflatable kayaks in Australia? Or have you recently purchased a new one? Inflatable kayaks come in different models and designs, and you may need to invest in additional features. You can always check kayak accessories and other watercrafts online, such as inflatable boats, SUPs, canoes, and many others.

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When shopping for a new recreational water craft a lot of people (especially beginners) would turn down inflatables and go for the big, bulky, hardshell crafts believing them to be more durable, safe and stable. This is particularly common for those planning to buy a kayak.

However, inflatable kayaks are actually quite a fantastic and even better choice for beginners than hardshell kayaks. The reasons for this are plenty, so why do beginners not buy it? It’s because of a number of false assumptions and myths about inflatable kayaks that have spread over the years, which we are going to bust right here and now!

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It’s been an age old question ever since inflatable boats evolved to become recreational boats: which is better to own, aluminium or inflatable boats?

As with so many age old questions, the answer to this question is not simple nor straightforward. There’s a boatload of things you need to consider when choosing the better of these two, and here we’re going to try and break them down for you.

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When you’re exploring the great outdoors on your inflatable boat, you need to bring a whole lot of gear with you: motor batteries, fuel tank, anchor system, electric air pump, repair kit, first aid kit, just to name a few. All of these are essential inflatable boat parts and accessories for sure, but there are a few other things that you might not have thought of bringing that can make your boating experience a whole lot better!

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Comments | Posted in Blog Category By Tami Halley

Many people often confuse kayaking and canoeing or interchange them. While they may have several similarities, they are in fact two different outdoor activities involving two different watercrafts. Kayaking of course uses a kayak, a generally closed-top watercraft that sits the rider very close to the water and is more often than not a single-seater. Canoeing on the other hand uses a canoe, a generally open-top boat usually designed for two or more people, with higher sides than those of the kayak.

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You’ve got the electric car and the electric yard tools-- and now you’re thinking perhaps it’s time to get an electric outboard motor for your watercraft as well. But would it really be the right option for you?

Electric outboards motors, like all other electric power tools and machines of today, no doubt have their advantages. Their biggest advantage is something we can all benefit from: they don’t use fossil fuels and are therefore friendlier to the environment than their petrol counterparts. But before you totally get rid of your petrol outboard motors and switch to electric ones, there are a few things you need to know.

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Stand up paddle (SUP) boarding is so much more than just another outdoor recreational activity, or a stepping stone to surfing. Did you know that it can give you just as much of a workout as jogging, cycling or swimming? It could even provide you with many other health benefits that these other exercises cannot!

If you’ve been looking for a fun activity that can get you in great shape, stand up paddle boarding may just be the way to go. No matter what your age, weight or fitness level, you can easily get started paddle boarding, and paddle your way to a healthier, fitter you!

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How To Inflate Your New Inflatable Boat

Wednesday,20 March 2019

Inflatable boats are wonderful recreational vehicles that you can easily and conveniently take with you just about anywhere. Not just for recreational purposes, these sturdy, portable boats can also serve as a life-saving device should you get into any trouble in the water.

With such a versatile and useful vehicle, it’s important to know how to properly and quickly inflate your inflatable boat, and how to do so without damaging it.

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Kayaking is one of the most popular explorative, outdoor water activities in the world today and it’s not hard to see why. With its close proximity to the water and the manoeuverability, portability and convenience of a kayak, kayaking can bring fun and excitement to both seasoned and newbie kayakers alike.

Like any outdoor water activity however, kayaking requires learning a few essential techniques. While kayaks may not come with complicated motors and controls, you’ll still need to learn a few basic moves to properly navigate your kayak in the water.

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Like any other boat, inflatable boats need proper care and maintenance in order to function at their best and last a long time. When left unmaintained inflatable boats may only last for 2 to 3 years-- a significant loss on your investment. But with regular cleaning you can expect to enjoy that boat for 20 or even 30 long years, and you could even trade or resell it.

The question now is, how does one properly clean an inflatable boat?

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