Kayaks come wrapped in a bubble wrap and plastic sheet. You don't need another padding to carry the Kayak.
Yes, the kayaks can stack on roof racks.
We recommend travelling with them upside down and no more than two large kayaks or three small kayaks on a roof rack.
Please always check the capacity of your roof racks before loading your kayaks.
Please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5kfkSN8ghk for detailed instructions.
We recommend folding the back seats down and the front seat forward and measuring the distance.
Our specifications tabs on the product page will give specific measurements.
It is a legal requirement to wear a life jacket in most states. Please check your state's current laws for the most up to date information.
- WA: https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/imarine/paddle-craft.asp
- SA: https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/boating-and-marine/boat-and-marine-safety/boating-safely/kayaking-and-canoeing
- QLD: https://www.publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/recreational-boating-and-fishing
- NSW: https://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/maritime/safety-rules/other-boating/canoes-and-kayaks.html
- Vic: https://transportsafety.vic.gov.au/maritime-safety/recreational-vessel-operators/paddle-craft
- Tas: https://www.mast.tas.gov.au/recreational/kayak-canoe/
- NT: https://nt.gov.au/marine/marine-safety/guides-and-notices/marine-safety-guide
All of our warehouses have their own stock, which we are unable to transfer between warehouses.
If the warehouse is out of stock. The kayaks will either have a pre-order ETA or be on backorder and you will be able to set up a Notify Me notification for when the warehouse receives stock.
Our standard kayak packages come with A paddle, A seat and a Paddle leash as standard.
Please check the kayaks product page for the most to date packages and pricing.
You can see all weight capacities in the "Specifications" section on our description.
Max user weight refers to the person's weight when using the kayak.
Max weight capacity refers to the total weight of the user and gear distributed along the whole kayak.
All of our stock can be found on our main page,
On sale = In stock ready for Click and collect.
Pre-sale = Not currently in stock, will be ready for collection from advised date.
Out of stock = Not currently in stock, ETA 6-8 Weeks.
Please note the ETAs shown are just estimates and not exact dates.
All of our warehouse locations and opening hours can be found on the contact us page.
Our warehouses have a limited number of kayaks on display.
To find out what kayaks a warehouse has on display please contact us via email or our chat function on the website for an up to date list.
Our feedback can be found on a few platforms.
For example, some of our customers have written on:
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/kayaks2fish/reviews
Google - Google Reviews
Product Review - https://www.productreview.com.au/listings/kayaks2fish
You can turn the kayak upside down and tie it down with two straps on either side on top of normal roof racks.
We do have systems such as K-Rack and Rack & Roll, that can help with loading the kayak onto the roof.
The measurement on our website is without the seat installed.
Our kayaks are designed in Australia, manufactured in China however the plastic is imported from the UK.
Kayak hull thickness is 4-5mm for all Puffinn, Osprey, Nextgen 9 , Nextgen 10 and Eagle.
The rudder really does help, but its not essential .
The rudder comes assembled on the NextGen10 kayak, you can choose not to deploy it or not.
Our two versions of Soft roof racks do come with straps.
They can be found here:
Our Osprey or NextGen kayaks would suit best, we have plenty of customers that still use fishing kayaks for leisure .
The Tandem kayaks are able to be used with a single person and there are two options for this
1. You can place one of the seats in the centre of the kayak. For the Eagle and Merlin kayaks that is the soft seat. For the Triton, the aluminium framed seat will fit in the centre.
2. You can sit in the back seat of the kayak but you will need to counterbalance the front with something with some weight such as a full cooler box.
We recommend the Nextgen 1+1 as there is dedicated space for a child or dog.
They can be found here: https://www.kayaks2fish.com/nextgen-1-plus-1-kayak
We recommend the Merlin as the best all-rounder for lakes, rivers, bays and Esturays
Yes the Osprey and NextGen9 can stack, the Nextgen first then the Osprey ontop.
Kayaks in stock are ready for immediate pickup, you usually receive all pickup information the next busniess day morning.
We can understand things happen, we can hold the kayak for upto 2 weeks from order date.
If you think you may take longer please feel free to contact us.
Kayak accessories are available from - http://www.kayaks2fish.com/kayak-and-fishing-accessories/
Yes, The Aluminium Vantage Seat can fit in the Osprey kayaks.
To check if your Osprey Kayak is compatible with the Aluminium Vantage Seat look for the bungee strap located under the seat.
If this is pre-installed on your kayak it will fit.
Please note: The Aluminium Vantage Seat will block the centre hatch from being able to used during your trip.
We do sell the middle seat for our double kayaks.
For the Merlin and the Eagle the extra seat can be found here: https://www.kayaks2fish.com/luxury-kayak-seat-with-high-back-rest-kayak-seat
For the Triton, the extra seat can be found here: https://www.kayaks2fish.com/nextgen-aluminium-vantage-seat
We do not sell petrol motors.
The majority of our kayaks are made from HDPE with the exception of the PedalKing range which is made from LLDPE.
What do HDPE, LDPE and LLDPE stand for?
- Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) is softer and more flexible than HDPE. It also has a lower melting point (115° C) and is more transparent. Compared to HDPE, it is more likely to crack under stress.
- Linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) is a copolymer of ethylene and another longer olefin, which is incorporated to improve properties such as tensile strength or resistance to harsh environments.
- High-density polyethylene (HDPE) is rigid and durable and offers greater chemical resistance. Its higher melting point (135° C) allows it to withstand higher temperatures than LDPE. Its more crystalline structure also results in greater strength. It also has greater opacity which results in greater vibrancy and longer-lasting colour.