Buying a Kayak for First Time? Know Kayak Types.

Kayaking: What to Know When Buying a Kayak - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. My name is Steve Gibons and I am with Scappoose Bay Kayaking here in Oregon. We are an organization that has been here for about the last 11 years, and we are here to help people out in regards to buying kayaks. My understanding is that you would like to know a little bit about kayaks. And the first thing that we always ask people when they are interested in buying a boat is two things. What do you see yourself doing in the kayak? If you are just looking for something that you are going to use a couple times during the summer, well then of course you might not be interested in a larger investment. But if you find, which you will, that you really enjoy kayaking, then there is different degrees of kayaks that you might be interested in buying as well, and it can go right from the very beginning all the way to the more expensive boats. What I mean by that is, is in the early stages, a basic beginner kayak, is what we call a recreational kayak. A recreational kayak is a boat that has a large cockpit, which is what this opening is. It is very easy to get in and out of, it is adaptable to all sizes of kids and adults. It is very stable, it is relatively a little heavier than some other materials. It is made out of a plastic, what we call a milk bottle plastic or a polyethylene plastic, and to keep its structural integrity, because of the material, it has to be made very thick in order to stay strong, and that adds to the weight. So in your basic beginner model kayaks, it will have a tendency to be a little bit heavier but much more stable because of their widths and of their length. As you progress up into different styles of boats based upon your own paddling skills, you might also start working yourself up into boats like we call this a touring-style boat. And a touring-style kayak can still also be made out of the polyethylene material, but you will notice that it is going to be alot thinner, they are going to be a lot longer, it will have a little bit different sized openings to get into the cockpit itself, and they are more for the advanced paddling where you might take yourself out into more adverse conditions or different types of paddling situations. There are some that are sort of a hybrid between the two, and this particular boat, it is a real light-weight kayak, but it does have a large cockpit, so it has a recreational size cockpit and yet the material is a thermal formed material called carbonite. And because of the structure of the material itself is very light-weight. So in this particular boat, it is a little bit more money, but you are getting a large cockpit, you are getting a lighter weight boat, and you are getting a very durable boat as well. The degree of cost varies on the actual material as well. In your recreational style boats you can usually get into a recreational style boat for around $500 to $600, somewhere in that area. There are some that are even less in price but you might find that they are also less in size and they will not necessarily fit you. As you advance up into better quality materials, whether it is stronger or more light-weight, the price also goes up because the material cost more and the construction and the design and everything also increases. So the material styles varies in sizes and also the weight will change based on the material themselves. The reason why I ask what you are going to do with a kayak is because people have a tendency to want to buy the least expensive boat they can to get into and onto the water. And in some cases that boat might be the boat that you will stay with forever. But in my experience for the last 35 years in kayaking, what usually happens is people will like the sport, they will buy an inexpensive boat to get into it, they will paddle that boat around for maybe a summer or so and then realize that they want to paddle more often, they want to go to more places, they want to do more things and in some cases a recreational style boat is not the proper boat for going out into more advanced paddling areas. So they will buy another boat-they can either turn this in a resale or alot of times they will keep it at their garage or at their home or their cabin or whatever for when they are friends come to visit who might not be as paddling-skilled as they have now become, and they will buy an upgrade boat and have a better quality boat to paddle around in.

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Kayaking: What to Know When Buying a Kayak - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. My name is Steve Gibons and I am with Scappoose Bay Kayaking here in Oregon. We are an organization that has been here for about the last 11 years, and we are here to help people out in regards to buying kayaks. My understanding is that you would like to know a little bit about kayaks. And the first thing that we always ask people when they are interested in buying a boat is two things. What do you see yourself doing in the kayak? If you are just looking for something that you are going to use a couple times during the summer, well then of course you might not be interested in a larger investment. But if you find, which you will, that you really enjoy kayaking, then there is different degrees of kayaks that you might be interested in buying as well, and it can go right from the very beginning all the way to the more expensive boats. What I mean by that is, is in the early stages, a basic beginner kayak, is what we call a recreational kayak. A recreational kayak is a boat that has a large cockpit, which is what this opening is. It is very easy to get in and out of, it is adaptable to all sizes of kids and adults. It is very stable, it is relatively a little heavier than some other materials. It is made out of a plastic, what we call a milk bottle plastic or a polyethylene plastic, and to keep its structural integrity, because of the material, it has to be made very thick in order to stay strong, and that adds to the weight. So in your basic beginner model kayaks, it will have a tendency to be a little bit heavier but much more stable because of their widths and of their length. As you progress up into different styles of boats based upon your own paddling skills, you might also start working yourself up into boats like we call this a touring-style boat. And a touring-style kayak can still also be made out of the polyethylene material, but you will notice that it is going to be alot thinner, they are going to be a lot longer, it will have a little bit different sized openings to get into the cockpit itself, and they are more for the advanced paddling where you might take yourself out into more adverse conditions or different types of paddling situations. There are some that are sort of a hybrid between the two, and this particular boat, it is a real light-weight kayak, but it does have a large cockpit, so it has a recreational size cockpit and yet the material is a thermal formed material called carbonite. And because of the structure of the material itself is very light-weight. So in this particular boat, it is a little bit more money, but you are getting a large cockpit, you are getting a lighter weight boat, and you are getting a very durable boat as well. The degree of cost varies on the actual material as well. In your recreational style boats you can usually get into a recreational style boat for around $500 to $600, somewhere in that area. There are some that are even less in price but you might find that they are also less in size and they will not necessarily fit you. As you advance up into better quality materials, whether it is stronger or more light-weight, the price also goes up because the material cost more and the construction and the design and everything also increases. So the material styles varies in sizes and also the weight will change based on the material themselves. The reason why I ask what you are going to do with a kayak is because people have a tendency to want to buy the least expensive boat they can to get into and onto the water. And in some cases that boat might be the boat that you will stay with forever. But in my experience for the last 35 years in kayaking, what usually happens is people will like the sport, they will buy an inexpensive boat to get into it, they will paddle that boat around for maybe a summer or so and then realize that they want to paddle more often, they want to go to more places, they want to do more things and in some cases a recreational style boat is not the proper boat for going out into more advanced paddling areas. So they will buy another boat-they can either turn this in a resale or alot of times they will keep it at their garage or at their home or their cabin or whatever for when they are friends come to visit who might not be as paddling-skilled as they have now become, and they will buy an upgrade boat and have a better quality boat to paddle around in.

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J T
J T - 2 years ago
The thing that pisses me off is I fell in love with a pelican but their spray skirt is lousy and fits poorly. 40 bucks for a crappy spray skirt which doesn't fit well on the sides. I still love the boat but pelican needs to pull their head out of their asses.
Jon Goldberg
Jon Goldberg - 2 years ago
Very helpful
Nanika prinsloo
Nanika prinsloo - 2 years ago
thank you very much for the information!
Akin Jakin
Akin Jakin - 3 years ago
Terrible showing of the kayaks - you can only see bits of them as he talks about them and get no sense of the whole boat....
Mick Carson
Mick Carson - 3 years ago
What about Aquaglide inflatable canoes/kayaks, how good are they?
COAF Field Team
COAF Field Team - 3 years ago
May be of interest to some that fit the recreational kayak mentioned as it pertains to fishing... https://hubpages.com/sports/KayakBuyingTips
OMGWTFLOL
OMGWTFLOL - 3 years ago
Some good information, but just the tip of the iceberg. Should have mentioned thermoformed boats as well as composites, and discussed lengths and how they correspond to a person's weight and height. Discussing features like rudders, seats and storage, etc, would be good too.
Roots Bushcraft & Survival
Roots Bushcraft & Survival - 3 years ago
Thank you for the advice! It is very helpful for a complete beginner.
Pepsimax1110
Pepsimax1110 - 3 years ago
Hi I'm 14 years old and I love kayaking, I normally rent or use my friends boat. I'm looking for a fun kayak, sit in , sea worthy , which can fit someone around about 6ft and I have a budget of $520 (second hand ) any recommendations?

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Grounded
Grounded - 3 years ago
I am looking to buy a Sun Dolphin excursion 10 SS fishing kayak.
I will be using it on small lakes for fishing and just getting out from time to time.

Do you have any advise on buying a Sun Dolphin?
TheSunFiles
TheSunFiles - 3 years ago
What is the perfect kayak for going on 6 ft of water with a medium current and with plenty of wood tossed about in it?
Motor rider
Motor rider - 3 years ago
I want a kayak because I find my self taking out my old town six person canoe by my self
Mike Fu
Mike Fu - 3 years ago
Wal-Mart has 10' sun dolphins for $200. Quality is not bad, they will get you out on the water....perfect for someone who ISNT sure if they are going to like kayaks....or the perfect "beater" boat to carry around and not worry about thrashing it up...because I know some places have REALLY nasty low rivers and streams and frequent damage can occur...so it's perfect for something like that.
fourstringgirl
fourstringgirl - 3 years ago
My 10' Lifetime Kayak from WalMart has me excited to get out on the water. I'm also looking at another boat. And it will be an upgrade. But I'll hang on to the $200 boat in case friends want to come out with me.
Going Green Trading / Eddyline Kayaks
Going Green Trading / Eddyline Kayaks - 3 years ago
A 10' sun dolphin will almost guarantee you won't like kayaking buy a real kayak: http://goinggreentrading.com
A. Katherine Suetterlin
A. Katherine Suetterlin - 3 years ago
This was really helpful. I am looking to get into kayaking, but more on a sheer exercise/recreational basis, just paddling around on a local lake for relaxation and getting some peace and quiet out on the water. At least for now. I can definitely see how paddling a kayak would seriously work the abs and obliques, so that is a plus!
Devendra Kambli
Devendra Kambli - 3 years ago
I want to know telephone no and address in India near mumbai
Mike Trekker
Mike Trekker - 3 years ago
My advice about ANY sporting equipment.  When you get in to it, buy used with concentration on safety.  Learn, determine how much time you are going to spend in the endeavor, then buy your long term equipment.
Northern Soul
Northern Soul - 3 years ago
except helmets..NEVER buy a USED helmet
Going Green Trading / Eddyline Kayaks
Going Green Trading / Eddyline Kayaks - 3 years ago
good advice Mike, buying a Walmart grade boat does not give the experience that kayaking in a well designed kayak will. Most walmart kayak buyers quit the sport before discovering the joy of paddling a real kayak. When ready for long term equipment: http://eddyline.us
J. Wesley Stevenson
J. Wesley Stevenson - 3 years ago
You should check out Expandacraft modular boats, you can sit up in a swivel chair spin around to get the shot or catch that fish and fit it in the back of a small hatchback car.
Gent 5514
Gent 5514 - 4 years ago
could you talk about the advantages and disadvantages of a sit on top kayak vs. sit-in cockpit kayak?
Mike Kienholz
Mike Kienholz - 3 years ago
steve no longer owns this shop. I can answer any questions you may have though.
Wade Patton
Wade Patton - 4 years ago
@2:39 my dogs go nuts and run outside barking to see who is at the door. Every time. It's hilarious.

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jennacablair
jennacablair - 4 years ago
I have a 10 ft Manatee100 from L.L. Bean. Only $399 such a great purchase? Especially since L.L. Bean has a lifetime guarantee!
Brian Michael
Brian Michael - 4 years ago
Loved the Video!

I am looking to get into Kayaking and really for my first Kayak, though I like the idea of dry storage areas... I really fell in love with the Canoe Kayak Hybrid and the large storage... I have a waterproof case for my camera and there are many locations that require access to a boat of sorts.. Kayaking out to them would be no problem. I have Kayaked down the spring water rivers of florida.. but would love to go out into the bay(tampa bay a bit.. I am a big guy, so the large Canoe Kayak design looks like it would be an excellent fit especially for me being new to the sport.

Which Brands of the Canoe/Kayak Hybrids would you recommend for someone like me?
Cerebral Egg Network
Cerebral Egg Network - 4 years ago
i agree with zech being 6'3 myself id like help with that but other than that great video helped me out a lot!
zech
zech - 4 years ago
anything about height to length? NOPE. I am 6'2", there should be some sort of chart to tell me what I should be able to fit in. how is there NOT? any length recommendations for a fairly tall guy?
WxnderL_st
WxnderL_st - 4 years ago
Im about 6'3, i went to a big 5 outdoors store and got a kayak from there, its about 9'8 feet long and it fits me comfortably, it weighs 44 lbs and it'll hold up to 250 lbs
Bluenose352
Bluenose352 - 4 years ago
What would you recommend for the Pacific Northwest? Are all of the kayaks you've shown, durable?
BOSSman Gaming
BOSSman Gaming - 4 years ago
what's the blue recratinol kayak called
Ozzy Jay
Ozzy Jay - 5 years ago
Great vid, very informative! I am literally getting my first kayak tomorrow and this helped me greatly :-)
SatwinderSingh
SatwinderSingh - 5 years ago
VG video--essential info. given with no frills.
Mark Lorenz
Mark Lorenz - 5 years ago
Very informative, Steve. Cheers!
Nicholas Mercier
Nicholas Mercier - 5 years ago
Lol I have a 150 kayak works gr8
Michele-Mike Bradley
Michele-Mike Bradley - 3 years ago
8ft Sun Dolphin (orange) .. just bought two SOT inflatable kayaks for RV (haven't used them yet) ... it was just too much trouble trying to carry the hard shells ....
A
A - 3 years ago
what kayak do u have?
Michele-Mike Bradley
Michele-Mike Bradley - 5 years ago
+Nicholas Mercier ... LOL .. so do I .. and having fun ... from what I've seen on YouTube anything can be added (foot pegs, latches, etc.) ... having a skeg would be nice (I guess), but I've since learned how to paddle and stay relatively on course ...

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James Johnson
James Johnson - 5 years ago
I'm 6'5 and 250 pounds I don't see myself getting in a little thing like the lime green but I'm liking the yellow
lkjyuiop
lkjyuiop - 5 years ago
Spend the extra money and buy one with a good seat some look like they have little chairs on them. They are the good kind
Julian Bainbridge
Julian Bainbridge - 5 years ago
these arent white water kayaks!!! uh
Carlos Sepulveda
Carlos Sepulveda - 5 years ago
What's your recommendation for ocean kayaks? I live in Puerto Rico. Thanks
Studying Decay
Studying Decay - 4 years ago
you want a touring
Smoochie Wonderdog
Smoochie Wonderdog - 5 years ago
This is a very nice, informative video and Steve Gibons delivers the information without coming across as a defensive A$$.  Which is what we have been encountering in most of the sporting goods stores we go to.  Enjoying the outdoors is all about learning.
Captain Velveeta
Captain Velveeta - 5 years ago
The beginners kayak is $600?  Kinda pricey for beginners dontcha think?
OMGWTFLOL
OMGWTFLOL - 3 years ago
If you think $600 is expensive to get into boating, you're in the wrong hobby/activity. However, you can buy 10' Pelican kayaks at Costco for $300-$400 if you want to try it out and you insist on buying new.
UΠTΔMΣD People
UΠTΔMΣD People - 3 years ago
Captain Velveeta I got my awsome dominatrix 41 for $140 ( from my brother, and it's a whitewater boat)
jennacablair
jennacablair - 4 years ago
I got mine for $400
Alex McGruer
Alex McGruer - 4 years ago
+Captain Velveeta Buy used. You will get it for less and if you ever get invested in the sport prepare to shed thousands.
Aj wood
Aj wood - 4 years ago
Go dawgs
mshartz5
mshartz5 - 5 years ago
+War Eagle Buy it on sale. I got a $500 kayak for $300
tyson1ize
tyson1ize - 5 years ago
yea yea!! I built my own yak its 35 feet long 10 feet wide and its made out of paper ma she' now I have to build a paddle for it...a long one..real long one!!
TheSunFiles
TheSunFiles - 3 years ago
You looking for a lake or ocean kayak? Cause that big lanky thing aint going down no river.
Alex McGruer
Alex McGruer - 5 years ago
Interesting:  You touched on Rec kayaks only . There was a touch of a soft sea kayak there . Four minutes could not do the subject justice, except for the Recreational boats; the easy ones to deal with but so nondescript .... I should have thought you would have looked at White Water, Ocean going boats "Sea Kayaks" Safety features (Bulkheads and life lines). Prices.. That and the responses astound me. $200.00 $300.00 ... Decent sea kayaks can be $5,000.00 and more and can be rotomolded plastic ($1,500.00) to carbon fibre Kevlar composites . Quality range is also huge and for the same dollar. The presentation was exceptional , I should have liked to have seen a wider range.  For people getting into serious paddling , trying some boats and perhaps paddling courses would be handy too.  Perhaps it's just me but I take paddling very seriously. 
For those thinking about kayaking. These boats are fine for a pond or small lake. If you are going onto the ocean I would highly recommend courses or reading whatever you can. These boats are not suitable for the sea or rivers with white water. You could fish from them but be careful. For your own safety look for built in flotation, life lines (Deck lines)  and learn a reliable means of getting back in should you end up swimming.  All serious paddlers are aware they are between swims. 
jaquan karman
jaquan karman - 5 years ago
who the hell do u think u are, your just a poser with a beard
jaquan karman
jaquan karman - 3 years ago
Volcano God lmao
Glen Penrose
Glen Penrose - 3 years ago
the b lol. I didn't expect that reply.
Crazy how we can change. I was once known for great road building here in my village. I was called "Volcano God the great road builder!" by everyone! But you fuck ONE goat...(sigh)
jaquan karman
jaquan karman - 3 years ago
Volcano God nah idk wat i was thinking back then i think i was just trying to be a youtube troll
Glen Penrose
Glen Penrose - 3 years ago
the b it's been a long time since your comments, and I was just interested, are you still a jerk off mother fucker?

the b be like... "remove all paying penises from my rectum AT ONCE! I must reply to this ninja, with much wit and haste!"
Dubsake
Dubsake - 5 years ago
Lol mad bro?
eric jacobs
eric jacobs - 5 years ago
Anyone know if there is a kayak that my 25lb dog can fit in/on with me?
lkjyuiop
lkjyuiop - 5 years ago
I'll just buy a good one I want to catch a catfish and have it pull me around lol
HankJDog
HankJDog - 5 years ago
+lkjyuiop
Charsept
Charsept - 5 years ago
I bought a cheap kayak but considering the size of the waters Im on, a little kayak works just fine
Eric Stumpy
Eric Stumpy - 6 years ago
So the $250 kayaks they sell at walmart are probably junk then huh... My wife and i kayak on the snake river in idaho, but we rent them there. Dunno what kind they are etc, but we really enjoy it and were looking into getting 2 of our own for when we go camping in the short 3month summers lol. No winter kayaking here haha
max riesbeck
max riesbeck - 5 years ago
my first kayak was from Walmart and they work good they arnt as good as a $400 kayak but they get you out on the water
Ming Zhu
Ming Zhu - 6 years ago
Very helpful
pioneergoldens
pioneergoldens - 6 years ago
Very helpful... thank you so much... just what I was looking for...
The crazy man from Ireland.
The crazy man from Ireland. - 6 years ago
Great video
geobeats
geobeats - 6 years ago
Thanks so much for watching!
Bob Ross
Bob Ross - 6 years ago
I dont see the point in buying a 'beginners' kayak. I think if you have the money and want to start kayaking you should just go strait to a very advanced boat.
J T
J T - 2 years ago
Adrian Harris I sure as hell didn't. plus as time goes on you learn more and more and maybe get to upgrade at a later time...but until then you still get to hit the water.
Simon Bullows
Simon Bullows - 2 years ago
how do you know you're going to like it?
Adrian Harris
Adrian Harris - 3 years ago
maybe because everyone doesn't have the money to buy the expensive boat
socratesthecabdriver
socratesthecabdriver - 7 years ago
WHAT DOES A 130 KILO MAN GET ?
Adam Brickley
Adam Brickley - 7 years ago
Just an idea, it might have been worth taking them out the rack so you can get a decent look at them.

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dilli maharjan
dilli maharjan - 7 years ago
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Carlos Sepulveda
Carlos Sepulveda - 7 years ago
I live in Puerto Rico. What do you recommend for kayaking in the sea? Gracias
davidc31999
davidc31999 - 7 years ago
I'm a fisherman and I love to fish close to the fish but I cant, what type of kayak would I use then and I'm only 14
Nathan Key-No
Nathan Key-No - 3 years ago
davidc31999 We'll you're 17 now. I use a Keowee for fishing
Lapis Mosi
Lapis Mosi - 7 years ago
What was the point of this? Just another 'talking head' video. I waited to see the cockpits of the various kayaks on display and was disappointed they were displayed for two seconds. Sorry to sound rude, but this was not a help to me in the least.
ruskigal
ruskigal - 7 years ago
grerat informative videeo, Really helped. I have just moved to a waterside house and looking forward to getting some quality time on the waster
Blake Matthews
Blake Matthews - 7 years ago
Awesome video, just to let people know price is based on location. I live on the East coast at 6'0ft 220lbs(United States) and only payed $200 for my first KAYAK. So watch video's like this to see what you need and enjoy.
cjjustthebest
cjjustthebest - 7 years ago
great video dude, do kayaks really start out at $500 thats crazy its easy to pick up a recreational beginner kayak in england for like $350 i currently paddle a necky crux creek boat, iv paddle grade 4 white water and a couple of water falls, im looking to get into play boating i was wondering if you could give me an idea of what make and style i should be looking out for? thanks man
Chickenooble
Chickenooble - 8 years ago
I'm interested in kayaking but I'm not sure which type of Kayak to buy. I'd love to take the kayak on some local lakes to do some fishing, but I'd also love to take it out for a paddle down a creek, river or lake. Is there a good 'multi-purpose' kayak that could comfortably fit these two wants?
Equinox0408
Equinox0408 - 8 years ago
This was informative. Thanks. I've only been out twice in my first one and already realized I need to upgrade to a sleeker Kayak. I am warming up to join a 150 mile kayaking trip across the Gulf coast.
EmbrunFalcon91
EmbrunFalcon91 - 8 years ago
Hi steve, When I was younger and in Summer Camp they had these very cheap kayaks that were just one color and made of plastic. They had over 30 so I imagine they were just cheap economy kayaks. There wasent a "Cockpit" or anything like that. the kayak's plastic just had a groove for you to sit on, I couldn't find anything like that on the different sites i visited and was wondering if you knew any makes or models that seem to fit that profile. They were VERY basic, for calm waters.
Chris Bailey, Cedia COI, ESTIII
Chris Bailey, Cedia COI, ESTIII - 8 years ago
Great video Steve, have been looking for some basic information and assistance but here in Kansas, we don't see a lot of Kayak experts. We have big box retailers like Cabelas, Bass Pro Shops and Dicks sporting goods but they usually don't employ anyone that can give confident advice on the products. I always get the impression that they are full of hot air! Thanks again for this, checking out your other videos now.
Connor Coultas
Connor Coultas - 8 years ago
Do you guys sell whitewater boats?
thevaliantcrusader
thevaliantcrusader - 8 years ago
we went boating for the first time today, as a family, and loved it! it wasn't kayaking, but the wife mentioned something about kayaking, and after seeing others using them on the lake, now I'm interested!
ZorroUA
ZorroUA - 8 years ago
Thanks a lot fot this vid !!! )))
Jay Spacey
Jay Spacey - 8 years ago
awesome video!
simplyhike
simplyhike - 8 years ago
Thanks for this video! some fantastic tips there! really handy!! just to let you know we sell kayaks and other travelling products, so if you get a chance please take a look at our channel for all the up to date product videos and reviews! Thanks again! :-)
SerenityPhoto
SerenityPhoto - 8 years ago
I want to say thank you for this video. It is very informative. Cheers for posting this one.
Big Cat
Big Cat - 8 years ago
nicely done
joezilla911
joezilla911 - 8 years ago
Great video Steve! I'm looking to buy my first kayak, and I found your video very helpful. Thank you!

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