Kayaks

Get out on the water with our huge range of kayaks. From kids’ kayaks to fishing kayaks and life jackets, Anaconda has everything you need to get paddling.

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What are the different kayaks available at Anaconda?

Whether you're after a child's kayak for your next camping trip or a touring kayak for covering some serious distance, Anaconda will have you set up and ready for an adventure on the water. Let's take a look at the range.

Fishing kayaks

Fishing kayaks are wider than many other kayaks for added stability in the water. They're fitted out with fishing accessories like rod holders and mounts for devices like fish finders, and have plenty of internal storage space for your catch, fishing tackle and accessories. Fishing kayaks are usually sit on top giving you more freedom to move while fishing.

Touring kayaks

Touring kayaks are long and narrow and with plenty of internal storage to accommodate all the necessary gear for longer adventures. Touring kayaks also usually feature a rudder or skeg (fixed rudder) to enable you to stay on course in rougher conditions.

Sit on top kayaks

There's no getting around it, if you're paddling in a sit-on-top kayak, it's more than likely you're going to get wet! But the open design also means it's a lot easier to get on and off the kayak, even when you're in the water.

Recreational kayaks

Designed to be stable and easy to steer, recreational kayaks have a wide hull for added stability and usually have a storage hatch to stash your essentials. Great for beginners or paddlers that are looking for an easy-to-use allrounder, they are best used on lakes, rivers, or calm areas of saltwater.

Kids' kayaks

Kids' kayaks are basically smaller versions of recreational kayaks. They're stable, responsive and perfect for splashing about on calm bodies of water like lakes and bays. Kids' kayaks are an affordable way to give your little ones a great time on the water.

 

Health and safety suggestions for kayaking

Kayaking is a great way to get out on the water and you don't need a whole lot of experience to get started. However it is important to remember to be aware of your safety as it's easy to get out of your depth very quickly if you're not prepared.

In Australia it's a legal requirement to wear a life jacket whenever you're kayaking, and it's also a good idea to check the weather before heading out on the water. There are also plenty of kayaking courses available that will teach you how to stay safe on the water.

 

Find the Right Kayaks at Anaconda

No matter what kind of kayaking adventure you've got in mind, Anaconda will have you out on the water in no time. If you're not sure what kind of kayak is best for you, take a look at our Kayaks Buying Guide and article on How To Get Into Kayaking for all the info you need. What's more, our Kayak Accessories Buying Guide will ensure your yak is set up just the way you like it and if you're unsure of what kind of life vest you need, be sure to check out our PFD Buying guide.

If you'd like to see the range in person or chat to a team member, check out our store finder to find a store near you.

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