Complete Folding Kayaker, Second Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 27, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
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Most kayakers paddle a boat with a rigid hull. Yet a distinct group of enthusiasts paddle “foldables”, portable kayaks that can be assembled and disassembled in minutes, packed in a backpack and carried by plane, train or car just about anywhere. Foldable kayaks are more seaworthy, more durable, more versatile, easier to maintain, and more stable than hardshell kayaks. This new edition of Complete Folding Kayaker is both updated and enhanced. The best source of information on portable kayaks available.

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Contents

What You Should Know
1
Why a Foldable Kayak?
3
At the Heart of SeaKayaking History
18
Copyright

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Sea Kayaking Safety and Rescue
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About the author (2003)

Ralph Diaz is editor and publisher of Folding Kayaker, a bimonthly newsletter. A writer and editor for more than thirty years, he is a contributing editor for Canoe & Kayak and has written for other paddling publications. He is also a frequent lecturer at paddling symposiums and forums as well as a well-respected contributor on many Internet forums, including PaddleWise and Bagboater.

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